The heart of the custom logging feature is an XML-based logging configuration file (logs_xml.config) that enables you to create modular descriptions of logging objects. The logs_xml.config file uses three types of objects to create custom log files:
The LogFormat defines the content of the log file using printf-style format strings.
The LogFilter defines a filter so that you include or exclude certain information from the log file.
The LogObject specifies all the information needed to produce a log file. For example:
To generate a custom log format, you must specify at least one LogObject definition. One log file is produced for each LogObject definition. You can create a custom log format by through Content Gateway Manager or by editing a configuration file.
On Configure > Subsystems > Logging > Custom, enable the Custom Logging option.
The Custom Log File Definitions area displays the logs_xml.config file. Add LogFormat, LogFilter, and LogObject specifications to the configuration file.
For detailed information about the logs_xml.config file and associated object specifications, see logs_xml.config.
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