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Diagnostics: View Web Application Log Table

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This page shows you the latest contents of the Web application log file.

Column Display

You can show fewer or additional data points on this page by expanding Customize this table and modifying the Column Display list. Each data point displays in its own table column.

The following table lists all of the data points that you can display in columns on this page.

Name Description

Time and date when the message originated, in a format that is specific to the locale.


Indicates the degree of impact or seriousness of the event reported by the message.


Indicates the subsystem of WebLogic Server that was the source of the message; for example, Enterprise Java Bean (EJB) container or Java Messaging Service (JMS).


Identifies the origins of the message: Machine Name is the DNS name of the computer that hosts the server instance.


The name of the WebLogic Server instance on which the message was generated.


The ID that the JVM assigns to the thread in which the message originated.

User ID

The user ID under which the associated event was executed. To execute some pieces of internal code, WebLogic Server authenticates the ID of the user who initiates the execution and then runs the code under a special Kernel Identity user ID. J2EE modules such as EJBs that are deployed onto a server instance report the user ID that the module passes to the server.

Transaction ID

Present only for messages logged within the context of a transaction.

Context ID

Diagnostic context information to correlate messages coming from a specific request or application.


The timestamp in milliseconds.

Message ID

A unique six-digit identifier. All message IDs that WebLogic Server system messages generate start with BEA- and fall within a numerical range of 0-499999.


A description of the event or condition.

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