Setting Trace Options for Processes - trillium_quality - 17.2

Trillium Director User Guide

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Trillium Director User Guide
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The trace level for the project is set as described in UCA Trace option. You can also set the trace level for individual processes. This determines the level of information written to the cleanser or matcher log file (DIRCleanser.log or DIRMatcher.log) for each individual process.

Note: Separate log files are also created for each process, independent of the log information written to DIRCleanser.log and DIRMatcher.log. The location of these files is identified in the cleanser and matcher settings files (DIRCleanser.xml and DIRMatcher.xml). You cannot modify the level of information written to these process log files.

To set a trace option for a process

  1. In the tree view in the left pane of the Project Deployment Form, right-click a process and select Edit Options... The Edit window opens, as shown in the figure below.
    Note: You cannot modify the settings file and log file names and locations on this window.
    Figure 1. Edit Process Edit Process
  2. Select one of the following trace options to set the level of trace information written to the DIRCleanser.log or DIRMatcher.log for this process. Note that your selected trace option does not affect the trace information written to the process log file, which is identified in the Log File field of this window.

    Note: Leave the Trace option set to None, which is the default, unless the server that will process requests from this project will use either the Minimum or Default processing level. Refer to Processing Level for a description of processing levels.




    No trace information for this process will be written to the cleanser or matcher log file.

    Verbose open

    Lists the contents of the process's DDL (field name, offset or location in the buffer, field size).

    I/O buffers dump

    Dumps the input buffer in hex and ASCII before the Process call, and dumps the output buffer in hex and ASCII after the Process call. Refer to TS_DUMP_FILES for information on the TS_DUMP_FILES environment variable, which can be used to specify the location of I/O buffer dump files.

    Process timers

    Turns on timers for the indicated process. Each process can have high resolution timers for the entry and exit of underlying Open, Process, Close, BuildInput buffer, and BuildOutput buffer methods.


    Turns on all traces for this process.

  3. Click OK.