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Enable/disable debug logging

You may turn on debug level logging in order to better diagnose issues you may see reported in the logs or to display internal.

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This setting applies to all subsequent actions which produce logs, whether manually invoked or scheduled. It also means that debug messages will appear in the Tomcat logs.

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Debug logging is VERY verbose. Thus, be sure to turn off ( Disabled ) debug level logging as soon as you have captured your diagnostics. In addition, the debug logging is reset to Disabled when you restart the application server.

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Debug level messages are not shown MANAGE > System Log, nor is it part of the download there. Instead, when you enable debug logging , those messages are written to the Tomcat server logs on the application server machine. You may find these in the installation directory at


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Setting debug level logging also affect the attributes shown on the object page and also the Properties panel, showing additional information like Object Id and Stable ID . Other internal information like Lineage Options which are only for internal debugging purposes also will appear. Thus, debug logging should be disabled unless absolutely required.


  1. Sign in as a user with at least the Application Administrator capability global role assignment .
  2. Go to MANAGE > System in the banner.
  3. Select Enable/Disable in the DEBUG LOGGING pull-down.


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