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Maximum output number of logs


There is something to acquire a large amount of logs according to the
product.
To about how many PDF reports can the log be output in maximums?
Event count and capacity, etc.


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Re: Maximum output number of logs


Hello,

I'm not quite sure I understand your question: how is this related to
the SDK? This forum is intended for people to discuss SDK issues, e.g.
issues related to creating and maintaining plug-ins for Sentinel (and
IDM).

If your question has to do with the performance of the Sentinel
platform for event storage, reporting, and so on, then that's a platform
question which should be posted to the Sentinel forum, not the Plug-in
SDK forum.

'Sentinel'
(http://forums.novell.com/novell-product-support-forums/sentinel/)

That said, if I understand your question correctly, it's not possible
to answer - it's like asking "how many documents can OpenOffice have
open at a time?" Well, it depends on how large they are, what kind of
system you're running on, etc etc. Each report in Sentinel issues a
database (or Lucene) query, and depending on how much data is returned
(and how much data processing is performed), different system resources
will be used.

So I guess your answer is something like "as much as you're willing to
pay for".

Hope this helps!


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Re: Maximum output number of logs


Thank you for your message!

I'll try post to Sentinel forum.


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Re: Maximum output number of logs


Divid wrote:

It actually looks like the problem is embedded tabs in the RV43 field
- I
think the text is technically in the report field, but is tabbed so
far to
the right that it "disappears" off the right side of the page. That
would
account for the extra whitespace at the bottom of that field - I think
those
are the lines you are looking for, except again that the actual
content is
off the page.

The text in RV43 is just the raw string that we received from SQL
Server, so
if SQL Server includes embedded tabs and whatnot they will come
through. Your
best bet might be to apply a filter to the data from the field (use an

iReport variable and apply a simple Java transform to it) to strip out
tabs
and newlines and replace them with spaces (and also, presumably, wrap
the
text in the report field).

This is my best guess given what I see, you can also try the CSV output
to
make sure that the full string is actually there and see if there are
embedded tabs like I suspect.


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Re: Maximum output number of logs


Thank you for your advice.
I have understood the cause of this problem!

I tried to output the event of SQL Server to CSV.
I was acquiring the content of the message in "RV43".
But being able to actually acquire was "Msg".

It was possible to solve it.

Thanks,


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