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PPM Support Tip: Restrict the Package Log access, configure a dummy directory using PACKAGE_LOG_DIR

When wanting to restrict the Package Log access, configure a dummy directory using PACKAGE_LOG_DIR

A new KCS article was published: KM00460670

Client did not want their end Users to see the Package's Execution Log.


To restrict the access of Package Log files:
1. Stop Project and Portfolio Management (PPM)
2. Add the following parameter in the server.conf file:
com.kintana.core.server.PACKAGE_LOG_DIR=<PPM_HOME>/<Dummy log_name>
Ex:
com.kintana.core.server.PACKAGE_LOG_DIR=D:/PPM_910/log1
3. Start the PPM

After creating the dummy directory, the following error message is displayed when Users try to view the Execution Log file:
"Error Message
The attachment file could not be downloaded. The file: PKG_31664/PKG_31664_PKGL_33641_BID_34721.html no longer exists on the server.
Please contact your HP Project and Portfolio Management system administrator. (KNTA-10697)"

The Package Execution Log file will not be available in BASE_LOG_DIR because the Package Log files will be stored in dummy directory.

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