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  1. Preface
  2. Introduction to TDM Administration
  3. User and Role Administration
  4. Security Administration
  5. System Preferences
  6. TDM Server Administration
  7. Connections
  8. Pass Phrases
  9. Dictionaries
  10. User-Defined Datatypes

Log Levels

Log Levels

You can configure the level of logging for the client log, the event log, and the server log. You can set the severity levels for the TDM modules in Test Data Manager.
When you configure
logback.xml
, you can change the logging levels through the
logger level
property. If the log level for a particular log file is not specified, the TDM Server uses the value specified in the
root level
property as the log level.
The following table describes the log levels that you can set:
Log Level
Description
ALL
Contains messages for all log levels.
DEBUG
Indicates TDM Server operations at a detailed level. Debug messages generally record the success or failure of server operations. Debug messages have the lowest severity level.
INFO
Indicates that the TDM Server is performing an operation that does not indicate errors or problems. Information messages have the second lowest severity level.
WARN
Indicates that the TDM Server is performing an operation that may cause an error. Warning messages have the third highest severity level.
ERROR
Indicates that the TDM Server failed to perform an operation or respond to a request from a client application. Error messages have the second highest severity level.
FATAL
Fatal error occurred. Fatal error messages have the highest security level.
TRACE
Indicates TDM Server operations at a more specific level than the debug logs. Trace messages are generally trace code paths. Trace messages have the lowest severity level.
OFF
Turns logging off.