This section describes how to configure tracing from the PasswordSync Configuration Trace tab.
For more information about installing and configuring PasswordSync, see Chapter 11, PasswordSync, in Oracle Waveset 8.1.1 Business Administrator’s Guide.
The first time you run the configuration tool, the wizard does not allow you to configure tracing. Subsequently, when you run the configuration tool, the wizard displays a Trace tab where you can configure tracing.
The following figure shows the PasswordSync Configuration tool Trace tab.
From this tab, you can specify the following:
Use the Trace Level field to specify the level of detail you want PasswordSync to provide when writing to the trace log. A value of 0 turns tracing off, while a value of 4 shows full detail.
Use the Max File Size field to specify a maximum size for the log file.
When the trace file exceeds the size specified in the Max File Size (MB) field, PasswordSync starts a new trace file and appends .bk to the old trace file name. For example, if your trace level is set to 100 Mbytes, and your trace file writes to C:\logs\pwicsvc.log, when the trace file exceeds 100 Mbytes PasswordSync renames the file to C:\logs\pwicsvc.log.bk. PasswordSync then creates a new C:\logs\pwicsvc.log file where new trace file messages are written.
Use the Trace File field to specify a location for the PasswordSync trace file.