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Identifying relevant log files

A common way to detect software errors of all kinds, not just Web service errors, is to examine log files for error messages. The following table lists OpenEdge log files providing Web-service-related messages. These files all reside in your OpenEdge work directory.
Table 24. OpenEdge log files providing Web service-related messages
This component . . .
Logs messages here . . .
WSA instance
Web service
For information on managing logging for the AdminService, NameServer, and in general for all OpenEdge servers managed by the Unified Explorer Framework, see OpenEdge Getting Started: Installation and Configuration. For more information on managing logging for an AppServer, see OpenEdge Application Server: Developing AppServer Applications.