Information on the options that can be used with the log command.
Log commands should be given in the following format:
tell traveler log <command>
includes the following variables:
Set the logging capture level to: FINEST, FINER, FINE, INFO, WARNING,
AddUser <level> <user>
Logs records for this user at the specified log level. This level overrides the system log level until this user is removed from the list.
Removes a user from the list of users that are logging. You can remove all users by specifying '*
Adds a package to the log filter. Only packages in the filter list will be logged. Use AddPackage *
to log all packages.
Removes a package from the log filter.
Displays all possible log packages.
Enables or disables usage logging.
Sets the maximum size for a single log entry.
Sets the maximum size (in MB) before the activity file wraps.
Sets the maximum number of activity files to keep.
Controls which fields are logged in the activity file. Options include:
- S = Subject
- B = Body
- L = Location
- A = Address
- P = Phone
- O = Other
- * = Show all fields
- Blank = hide all fields
For example, Log Fields SB
would show Subject and Body fields only.
Displays current log settings.
Deletes the logs.
Copies the logs to a zip file.
Imports the log settings from the fully qualified file name.
Exports the log settings to the fully qualified file name.
Adds a handler to the list of handlers. Options include:
Remove a handler from the list of handlers. Options for <hlr>
Sets a handler property. Choices for <hlr>
Choices for <prop name>
If no parameters are specified, the settings for each handler will be listed.
Sets a property for the XML handler. Choices for <prop name>
If no parameters are specified, the current XML handler settings will be listed.
Parent topic: Console commands