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  1. Preface
  2. Introduction to Test Data Management
  3. Test Data Manager
  4. Projects
  5. Policies
  6. Data Discovery
  7. Data Subset
  8. Data Masking
  9. Data Masking Techniques and Parameters
  10. Data Generation
  11. Data Generation Techniques and Parameters
  12. Data Sets
  13. Plans and Workflows
  14. Monitor
  15. Reports
  16. ilmcmd
  17. tdwcmd
  18. tdwquery
  19. Data Type Reference
  20. Data Type Reference for Test Data Warehouse
  21. Data Type Reference for Hadoop
  22. Glossary

Log Settings

Log Settings

Configure the log properties in the
Log Settings
fields. The section is minimized by default. The options are populated with default data if available.
The following table describes the log settings:
Log Settings
Description
Save Workflow Logs
You can create workflow logs according to the following options:
  • By Runs. The PowerCenter Integration Service creates a designated number of workflow logs. Configure the number of workflow logs in the
    Save Workflow Log for These Runs
    option. The PowerCenter Integration Service does not archive binary logs.
  • By Time Stamp. The PowerCenter Integration Service creates a log for all workflows, appending a time stamp to each log. When you save workflow logs by time stamp, the PowerCenter Integration Service archives binary logs and workflow log files.
Save Workflow Logs For These Runs
Number of historical workflow logs you want the PowerCenter Integration Service to create. The PowerCenter Integration Service creates the number of historical logs you specify, plus the most recent workflow log.
Write Backward Compatible Workflow Log
Writes workflow logs to a text log file. Select this option if you want to create a log file in addition to the binary log for the log events.
Save Session Log By
You can create session logs according to the following options:
  • Session Runs. The PowerCenter Integration Service creates a designated number of session logs. Configure the number of session logs in the
    Save Session Logs for These Runs
    option. The PowerCenter Integration Service does not archive binary logs.
  • Session Time Stamp. The PowerCenter Integration Service creates a log for all sessions, appending a time stamp to each log. When you save session logs by time stamp, the PowerCenter Integration Service archives binary logs and workflow log files.
Save Session Log For These Runs
Number of historical session logs you want the PowerCenter Integration Service to save. The PowerCenter Integration Service creates the number of historical logs you specify, plus the most recent session log.
Session Log file Maximum Size
The maximum number of megabytes for a log file. Configure a maximum size to enable log file rollover by file size. When the log file reaches the maximum size, the PowerCenter Integration Service creates a new log file. If you set the size to zero the session log file size has no limit.
Configure this option for real-time sessions that generate large session logs. The PowerCenter Integration Service writes the session logs to multiple files. Each file is a partial log file. Default is zero.
Session Log file Maximum Time Period
The maximum number of hours that the PowerCenter Integration Service writes to a session log. Configure the maximum time period to enable log file rollover by time. When the period is over, the PowerCenter Integration service creates another log file.
Configure this option for real-time sessions that generate large session logs. The PowerCenter Integration Service writes the session logs to multiple files. Each file is a partial log file. Default is zero.
Maximum Partial Session Log Files
Maximum number of partial session log files to save. The PowerCenter Integration Service overwrites the oldest partial log file if the number of log files has reached the limit.
Configure this option in conjunction with the maximum time period or maximum file size option. You must configure one of these options to enable session log rollover.
If you configure a maximum of zero, the number of session log files is unlimited. Default is one.
Write Backward Compatible Session Log
Writes session logs to a text log file. Select this option if you want to create a log file in addition to the binary log for the log events.