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Log for EchoDebug messages

Log for EchoDebug messages

Log for EchoDebug messages

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Hi,

How can I see messages "EchoDebug" after script execution? A searched messages in \ContentServer\Logs\ but unfortunatelly I did'n find it.

RE: Log for EchoDebug messages

In very new Versions of livelink(Content Server) they changed the standard ways that old builder(echo ) messages were being done
so check if you have in these sections the correct logging
#wantLogs is deprecated as of CS16
#Log settings are now configured in separate sections for each type of logs
#Connect logs can be turned on by setting the logLevel in the connect_logs section 
[thread_logs]
logLevel=2
logPath=.\logs\thread_logsenableRollingLogs=FALSE 

My guess is that is probably your problem.In old builder once you had Debug=2 set in opentext.ini logging would occur in thread0.out and other logs if you ran the server



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