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About ADM Package Utility Log Files

This topic is part of About Siebel ADM Framework Logging Options.

This topic describes the ADM Package Utility log files that record data defining the creation of an Application Deployment Manager (ADM) package. For more information on the ADM Package Utility, see About the ADM Package Utility.

The log files have the naming convention pkgr_packagename.log and reside in the directory set by the utility's command-line switch -l. For more information on this switch, see About the Siebel ADM Package Utility Modes and Switches.

The ADM Package Utility generates a log file for each command execution. When more than one log file is generated with the same package name and in the same directory, the existing log files with that package name are renamed with a number in sequence appended to it. The most recently generated log file has no sequence number appended to the filename. To read the log files in chronological order, open the log file with the highest number.

Each log file displays the errors, warnings, and success status of the command execution. The following is an example of an item displayed in the log file:

2004-11-04 04:30:13 (SBL-ADM-00789) Package folder does not contain any valid item.

The log file can be configured for several different logging levels, as described in Table 14.

Table 14. Log Levels for ADM Log File
Log Level


Log level providing tracing information, which is useful for debugging.


Log level providing informational messages. This setting is the default value.


Log level providing information on potential problems during the deployment. This setting is recommended for normal execution.


Log level providing information on a serious problem during the deployment.

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