Diagnostics: View JMS Log Table
Column Display Related Tasks Related Topics
This page shows you the latest contents of the JMS log file.
To select log messages generated during a specific time interval, or to enter a filter expression, select Customize this table. You can set the following customizations:
- Start of the custom time interval during which you want to be able to select messages for viewing. Use a date and 24-hour format expressed as
mm/dd/yy hh:mm:ss. For example,
- End of the custom time interval during which you want messages displayed for selection. Use a date and 24-hour format expressed as
mm/dd/yy hh:mm:ss. For example,
- Filter expression, which is specified as a string in the WLDF Query Language. The query language supports the Boolean operators AND, OR, and NOT, and also supports relational operators.
Each of the different log types has a different set of column names that can be used in the WLDF Query Expression. For example, the server log and domain log have the SEVERITY and MSGID columns, but the events log and metrics log do not. For information about the valid column names that can be used in the filter expression for each log type, and examples, see "Data Store Column Names" in Configuring and Using the WebLogic Diagnostic Framework (link at bottom of this help topic).
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 Record ID
Each record added to the log includes basic information, such as the message ID and correlation ID, for the subject message.
The date and time the message log record is generated.
The transaction identifier for the transaction with which the message is associated.
A unique identifier for a request or unit of work flowing through the system. It is included in the JMS message log to provide a correlation between events belonging to the same request.
To aid in troubleshooting high-traffic applications, the date and time the message log record is generated is displayed in milliseconds.
To aid in troubleshooting high-traffic applications, the date and time the message log record is generated is displayed in nanoseconds.
The unique identifier assigned to the message.
A user-defined identifier for the message, often used to correlate messages about the same subject.
The fully-qualified name of the JMS destination for the message.
The name of the message life cycle event that triggered the log entry.
The ID of the user who generated the message.
If the message consumed was on a queue or the consumer was a non-durable subscriber for a topic, this will include information about the origin of the message consumer and the identifier for the consumer known to the JMS server. If the consumer is a durable subscriber, this will also include the client ID for the connection and the subscription name.
The message Selector argument from the JMS API.
The content of the message body.
- View and configure logs
- Customize the log entries table
- Configure JMS server message log rotation
- Configure topic message logging
- Configure queue message logging
- Configure JMS template message logging
- Uniform distributed queues - configure message logging
- Uniform distributed topics - configure message logging