Use the following notes.ini settings on the IBM® Lotus® Quickr™ server to enable client logging.
To use a specific setting, add the following line to the notes.ini file:
The table shows the highest level of logging available for each setting. The higher the level of logging you specify, the more verbose the output. The default and lowest logging level, 0, logs only errors.
|$h_ClientDebugConsole||5||Displays a console log on all clients that access the Lotus Quickr server. For Internet Explorer, the console log is an additional browser window, and for other browsers the console log is the JRE Java™ log console. Use this setting on a temporary basis to help IBM Support troubleshoot specific client-side problems.|
|h_ExceptionDetail=1||1||Adds the source code name and line number from which errors and warnings are generated to the error and warning messages that the server sends to the browser. Use this setting on a temporary basis to help IBM Support troubleshoot a problem.|
Logging degrades performance, so enable it on a temporary basis only.
Attachment and file import logging
If you encounter attachment or file import problems from the client, you can enable upload control logging on the client to help troubleshoot the problem. Create an environment variable called QPCTRLLOG whose value is the path and filename of the log file to use. Whenever the browser engages the upload control, the upload control appends a log sequence to the log file. Do not leave logging enabled because the log file will continue to grow and can cause the client to run out of disk space.
For complete information about notes.ini settings, refer to the developerWorks notes.ini glossary
Parent topic: notes.ini settings