Many people will be familiar with setting the logging levels in the Enterprise Vault Outlook Add-in, but some people might not be aware of what the different levels show. I’ll try to explain that here.
The acceptable values of the Logging Level are:
|0||Errors Only||13/12/2011 12:47:07.549: Log file created (level 0).
13/12/2011 12:47:07.551: ActionArchive<class ECETraits,struct BackendHTTPTraits>::OnAction: Error (COM): 0x80040115
|1||Information||13/12/2011 12:44:41.423[H]: Log file created (level 1).
13/12/2011 12:44:41.425[H]: Module path: C:Program FilesEnterprise VaultEVClientValkyrie.dll
|2||Minimum||13/12/2011 12:43:57.189[H]: Log file created (level 2).
13/12/2011 12:43:57.449[M]: VVENABLED = 1 [Desktop Setting]
|3||Maximum||13/12/2011 11:58:57.343[ 556][H]: Log file created (level 3).
13/12/2011 12:45:53.399[L]: DesktopCommonConfig::LoadSettingsFromHiddenMessage: 0x0
You can set the logging level from the Outlook Add-in as well as in the registry. You can also optionally set the Virtual Vault logging. Doing so from the Outlook Add-in will inform you that this might consume a large amount of disk space. Virtual Vault logging should not be left enabled on an end-user workstation for extended periods of time.
All the logging levels can include Virtual Vault logging apart from the ‘Errors Only’ option. The following are the registry values:
|0x8000001||Information and Virtual Vault|
|0x8000002||Minimum tracing and Virtual Vault|
|0x8000003||Maximum tracing and Virtual Vault|
Here is the tick box in the Outlook Add-in showing that the Virtual Vault logging is enabled:
And finally in the registry you’ll see:
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