When you run the Synchronization Tool, either interactively or from a command line, logs are generated that help you to understand the actions that the tool has performed.
To view the logging details for the Synchronization Tool
Start the Synchronization Tool.
Click View > Logs.
The following details are displayed:
The time that the message was logged.
Use the Log file drop-down to show the messages that have been logged for a specific date.
The importance of messages that are shown. It is a ccumulative setting; if you select INFO, then severe and warning levels are also displayed.
Use the Log level drop-down to filter the messages. For example, you can choose to display only messages with a level of WARNING.
Messages with a level of INFO and higher importance are also logged to the application section of the event log.
Messages with a level of INFO and higher importance are also logged to the user log.
The component of the Synchronization Tool that sourced the message. The components are as follows:
Creation of new configuration entries or changes to existing configuration.
All synchronization operations.
Operations to the source repository (normally an LDAP server).
All modifications to the destination repository.
Entries that are added to the destination repository.
Entries that are removed from the destination repository.
Use the Logger drop-down to filter the messages. For example, you can choose to display only messages where the component is Schemus.sync.source.
The name of the directory below the root logging directory that stores the logging lines.
For Windows, this name is located in the following folder:
Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\Schemus\application\log
For Linux, this name is located in the following directory:
The name of the log file is made from the year, the month, the day, and an extension. The extension is the number of the invocation of the Synchronization Tool that generated the message.
The user that the Synchronization Tool was run as when the message was logged.
The configuration profile that was running when the message was added to the logs.
A description of the message.
Click on a message to display any additional information at the bottom of the window.
See About configuration profiles
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