PowerCenter 10.2 HotFix 1
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Write Backward Compatible Session Log File
Writes session logs to a log file. Select this option if you want to create a log file in addition to the binary log for the Log Events window.
Session Log File Name
By default, the Integration Service uses the session name for the log file name:
s_mapping name.log. For a debug session, it uses DebugSession_
Enter a file name, a file name and directory, or use the $PMSessionLogFile session parameter. The Integration Service appends information in this field to that entered in the Session Log File Directory field. For example, if you have “C:\session_logs\” in the Session Log File Directory File field and then enter “logname.txt” in the Session Log File field, the Integration Service writes the logname.txt to the C:\session_logs\ directory.
You can also use the $PMSessionLogFile session parameter to represent the name of the session log or the name and location of the session log.
Session Log File Directory
Location for the session log file. By default, the Integration Service writes the log file in the process variable directory, $PMSessionLogDir.
If you enter a full directory and file name in the Session Log File Name field, clear this field.
Save Session Log By
You can create session logs according to the following options:
You can also use the $PMSessionLogCount service variable to create the configured number of session logs for the Integration Service.
Save Session Log for These Runs
Number of historical session logs you want the Integration Service to create.
The Integration Service creates the number of historical logs you specify, plus the most recent session log.