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When you enable or disable client-side logging for Siebel applications running in high-interactivity mode, the settings you configure on the Siebel Web Client and the corresponding Siebel Server control the output of the client. For information about how to enable or disable client-side logging for high interactivity applications, see Process of Configuring Client-Side Logging for High-Interactivity Applications.
NOTE: The following subtopics assume you have enabled the ClientSideLogging server component parameter at the object manager level and have set the tracemode settings appropriately for both the Siebel Web Client and the Siebel Server. For more information, see Enabling or Disabling Client-Side Logging for High- Interactivity Applications.
You enable or disable client-side logging for high interactivity applications by setting the client-side SEBLCL_TRACEMODE environment variable or the server-side ClntTraceMode component parameter for the Siebel Business Application that you are running.
When a client is started (as shown in Figure 14), the client-side environment variables are read from the client and the log engine initializes in one of two ways:
Table 44 shows how the trace mode settings on the client and on the server affect client output. A value of 1 enables high-interactivity mode, whereas a value of 0 disables.
If you want to enable client-side logging for a Siebel Server, you define the server component parameters, but you do not define the client environment user variables. Conversely, if you want to enable client-side logging for one or more users on a Siebel Web Client, you define the client environment user variables, but you do not define the server component parameters. Table 45 shows how to enable client-side logging for a Siebel Server compared to enabling client-side logging for one or more users on a Siebel Web Client.
NOTE: For the settings in Table 45 to take affect, you must first set the Value on Restart field for the ClntTraceMode server component parameter. For information on setting this parameter, see Enabling or Disabling Client-Side Logging for High- Interactivity Applications.
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