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CMS-XML Dim: How to enable a listener trace
Dim: How to enable a listener trace
CMS-XML Dim10: DMAPPSRV/RDBMS character set mismatch in listener trace logs
Dim10: DMAPPSRV/RDBMS character set mismatch in listener trace logs
CMS-XML Dim14: SDP Tracing: How to enable SDP tracing without restarting Dimensions CM Listener
To enable, from the Desktop Client Console window or when logged into DMCLI, run the following command: set sdp_ trace on /user_directory=<drive:\path to a directory> Once this is set, reproduce the issue which you wish to trace.
CMS-XML Dim: How to trace an http request after a successful logon or logout in the Dimensions Web Client
The most obvious way to perform custom actions at login/logout is to implement HttpSessionListener interface - which is standard Java interface - (with methods sessionCreated/sessionDestroyed) and declare custom listener in web.xml.
CMS-XML Dim: How to enable DBIO trace
The listener then needs to be restarted in order for this to take effect. However all commands run to the server will be logged. This option must be used for server based or standalone Dimensions commands that are run outside of DMCLI, such as: replicator, pdiff, upload, download etc.
CMS-XML Dim: How to set up deployment trace
1. Stop the Dimensions CM Listener Service 2. Edit the file $DM_ROOT\dfs\deploy_config.dat and make the following changes 3. Modify the line: #log_dir=c:/temp/ by removing the # and ensuring the on the CM Server that the directory specified exists and is writeable for all users
CMS-XML Dim10: Scheduled Jobs - Troubleshooting/Tracing Tips
To disable, comment out the line by placing a # at the beginning. The Dimensions listener must be restarted for changes to take effect. If a scheduled job is not running, follow these steps:
CMS-XML DimCM: Listener.dat settings
There may be occasions when it is necessary to diagnose possible issues with the Dimensions CM Listener. Dimensions provides two special initialization parameters that you can use to start the listener in a mode that will trace internal progress and status information to a log file for debugging purposes.
CMS-XML KM-Dim9: ZOS DFS_TRACE_DMPOOL.LOG shows up at the root
So change the ZOS Listener started task user’s home directory to a different path will resolve this issue.
CMS-XML KM-Dim9: Replicator: Error: Dimensions Replicator does not support the use of the following variables: PCMS_LOG, PCMS_TRACE and SQL_DEBUG.
listener and retry the operation.
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