Before you begin
The Log4j option is enabled in the project settings. For further information, see Activating and configuring Log4j.
About this task
The example below shows how to define the log message in an Artifact.
Add a subJob with the tLogCatcher and
tJobLog components to the Job and connect the
components with a Main link.
If you have imported the demo project, you can drop a ready-to-use subJob from the Joblets node in the Repository tree view.
The tLogCatcher component collects exception data and transfers it to the Studio console or to the web application. For further information, see Handling logs and exceptions.
- Double-click the tJobLog component to open its basic settings view.
In the Level section, select:
- Developer to provide log information to the developer to analyze or debug the execution of the Job in Studio.
- User to provide log information to the web users regarding the execution of the Task.
Define a message in the Log message field according to
your needs. Below is an example of an error message:
Example"Component: " + row1.origin + "\n | Error type: " + row1.type + "\n | Error code: " + row1.code + "\n | Error message: " + row1.message
Select the type of the log message from the Priority
You can select to display the message as an error message, a fatal error, a warning and so on.