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From Очиров Николай <>
Subject Re: How to logging in AOO
Date Tue, 03 Apr 2012 13:57:37 GMT
Hi Drew
Thank you for your help. I do not connect to any database.
I just want to log all function calls during startup AOO. I corrected a bit the source code
- and AOO falls, cause I can't understand why I want to see the order of function calls, and
find which function error. Analyzing the sources I couldn't find a reason, but I noticed that
everywhere there are macros in the code - RTL_LOGFILE_TRACE () or RTL_LOGFILE_CONTEXT () and
etc. and it seems to me that they can use to track where the error occurs. 
Is this possible?

03.04.2012, 00:19, "drew jensen" <>:
> On Mon, 2012-04-02 at 23:57 +0400, Ochirov Nikolay wrote:
>>  Hello,
>>  I want to enable logging in AOO3.4. The site has only this article
>>, but from it
>>   i don't understand anything. Is there any configuration file for the
>>  logging system, or need to insert some code into the source?  What do
>>  i do?
>>  Hope for your help!
> Hi Ochirov,
> Well, there is no GUI for the particular settings - all of the
> functionality is delivered in the application code, so all you need do
> is run a script to active/deactivate/configure the logging mechanism.
> The page you reference, and one of the links on it, give you example
> scripts for at least Basic and there might be JS also, but not sure if
> that ever made it to the wiki.
> I have to admit that I've not tried the JDBC logging with the 3.4 code,
> used to make use of the feature quite a bit however.
> First - if you are unfamiliar with how to use the example Basic script
> from the page, I would recommend that you look over the Basic Users
> Guide - you will find it at:
> Then I think it's a good reminder to give that functionality a test -
> though the QA folks are likely doing so with the automated tests already
> (though again I'm not sure on that)..
> Anyway - If you need more help with this, let me know and I'll try to do
> so..also, I'll put it to the test this afternoon, and post back how that
> went..
> BTW - what type of database will you be connecting to (mySQL, Embedded
> ODB, etc) ?
> //drew

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