Create and Manage Log Files for the Microsoft Active Directory (AD) Bridge

After you install and configure the Microsoft Active Directory (AD) Bridge, you may want to access the log files for troubleshooting purposes. You can locate these files in the %ProgramData%\Oracle\IDBridge\logs directory.

To modify the log level of the log files for the AD Bridge:
  1. Navigate to the %ProgramFiles%\Oracle\IDBridge directory.
  2. Using a text editor, open the log4net.config file.
  3. In the file, locate the following line of code: <level value="info" />
  4. Change the value of the level value parameter to one of the following log levels:
    Log Level Description
    all Capture all events.
    debug Capture fine-grained informational events that are most useful to debug the AD Bridge.
    error Capture error events that might still allow the AD Bridge to continue running.
    fatal Capture severe error events that will result in the AD Bridge no longer running.
    info Capture informational events that highlight the progress of the AD Bridge at a coarse-grained level.
    off Turn off logging.
    trace Capture finer-grained informational events than the debug log level.
    warn Capture potentially harmful situations to the AD Bridge.
  5. Save and close the log4net.config file.


You must restart the AD Bridge for the change you made to the log level to take effect.