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PPM Support Tip: How to enable the debugging?

Can turn on the debugging console and set a server logging threshold on a per-user basis.

 

A specific user logged on to PPM can toggle the debugging console by pressing and holding the ALT key and clicking the HP logo (it is located above the menu bar)

 

 

To enable debug logging to the serverLog.txt file for a specific user:

 

     1. Add the following server configuration parameters to the server.conf file and set the values for both to true (case-sensitive):

ENABLE_DEBUGGING_PER_USER=true

                                  SHOW_DEBUGGING_CONSOLE_PER_USER=true

 

     2. Run the ppm930/172,sys/GrantSysPrivs.sql script from SQL*PLUS as the SYS DBA user to provide the necessary grants and permissions to the PPM Center      users:

 

                 grant execute on DBMS_MONITOR to &ppm_schema;

 

     3. Open the logging.conf file in a text editor, and then set the USER_THRESHOLD parameter as follows: USER_THRESHOLD = <PPM_Username>, <Log_Level>

 

          The following table lists supported log levels:

 

                    

     4. To configure finer-grained logging than that specified by the SYSTEM_THRESHOLD parameter, add the following to   the logging.conf file:

 

                     com.kintana.core.logging.USER_THRESHOLD = <Username>, <Log_Level>

 

The logging.conf file is read periodically, so there is no need to restart the PPM Server(s) to enable debug logging specific to the user. Logging occurs only for that particular user.

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