This section provides general troubleshooting tips. For information about known limitations in specific Liquid Data releases, see the Liquid Data Release Notes.
Review the log entries in the domain log for errors. Liquid Data records status, problem, and performance information in the domain log. For more information, see "Monitoring the Server Log" in Monitoring the Server in the Liquid Data Administration Guide.
The Liquid Data Release Notes provide information about known limitations and workarounds for the version of Liquid Data that you are using.
The Liquid Data product documentation provides detailed information about all aspects of the Liquid Data product. For more information, see the documentation CD that comes with the Liquid Data package or go to the Liquid Data Documentation page.
The BEA WebLogic Server server log contains valuable information about startup and run-time events that can help you troubleshooting a Liquid Data deployment. You can configure the amount of information that the WebLogic Server saves in the log file.
Figure 4-1 WebLogic Server Log Configuration Page (Partial) Set to Maximize Logging Information" title=" WebLogic Server Log Configuration Page (Partial) Set to Maximize Logging Information" width="1021" height="453" align="center" hspace="0" vspace="0"> WebLogic Server Log Configuration Page (Partial) Set to Maximize Logging Information
In a clustered environment, the domain log provides an aggregated view of log events for all servers in the cluster. For detailed information about WebLogic Server logs, see Server Log in the WebLogic Server Administration Console Online Help.
BEA WebLogic Portal uses the WebLogic Server logging mechanism to save messages to the WebLogic Server log. WebLogic Portal applications can control logging levels using classes and interfaces in the WebLogic Portal API, as described in the WebLogic Portal Javadoc.
BEAWebLogic Workshop uses the log4j Java logging facility developed by the Jakarta Project of the Apache Foundation. You can learn more about log4j at The Log4j Project.
You configure logging in WebLogic Workshop by changing settings in the
workshopLogCfg.xml file, which by default is located in
/weblogic81/common/lib. For more information, see workshopLogCfg.xml Configuration File in the WebLogic Workshop Reference on-line documentation.
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Specify proper hints, as described in Optimizing Queries in Building Queries and Data Views. Alternatively, redesign the query.