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Hi All,

Within the iWay Service Manager, is there logging/tracing available to determine when a Process Flow has been utilized/run? Or its last runtime? Is this information stored anywhere by default or would it need to be configured?

Thanks!
Matt

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Matt,

You can turn on logging from the iWay Service Manager console page. Click the Server link top left and go to Settings > logging and enable. You may also want to set the time to local. Also set Tracing under the same Settings group. Turning on Deep and Debug will give you the most information.
 
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Hi,

Thank you.

Yes, I am familiar with the general logging settings within the iSM console. I wanted to know specifically about Process Flow runtimes and utilization logging.

Appreciate the response!

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Matt,

You can turn on logging from the iWay Service Manager console page. Click the Server link top left and go to Settings > logging and enable. You may also want to set the time to local. Also set Tracing under the same Settings group. Turning on Deep and Debug will give you the most information.


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If you still need this information I suggest you open a case with techsupport.


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