Control Compliance Suite has a hierarchical logging system. The system uses a standard set of levels that are used to capture the required information. You can control how much information is written to the log when you adjust the log level threshold. When you enable logging at a given level, you also enable logging at the lower levels.
The log levels are as follows:
Table: Log levels
Levels captured in log
The component operates properly. The level provides additional information.
This level is the highest level in the hierarchy.
Operation cannot complete because of an error condition.
The error level logs all unhandled exceptions.
A recoverable error occurred.
A warning is often used for handled exceptions.
The component operates correctly. The level provides general feedback.
The level is used to capture the information that is useful for system management.
No log information is stored.
No log is kept.
The following are the details that each levels writes to the log: