Logging references

You can use the following list of logging-related information to help you find information about the logs that are supported by HCL OneTest API. All of the programs use the Java logging framework. For details, see the Java logging framework documentation.
Table 1. Logging references - Components
Component Your goal Reference
HCL OneTest API View the logs of HCL OneTest API and change the default location of the logs. Working with HCL OneTest API logs
HCL Quality Server View and configure logging for the HTTP/TCP proxy. Working with HTTP/TCP proxy logs
View the audit log of the HCL Quality Server. This is possible only if you are a HCL Quality Server administrator. Viewing the audit log
View, download, and share the contents of the activity log of HCL Quality Server. This is possible only if you are a HCL Quality Server administrator. Viewing the activity log
View, download, and share the contents of the diagnostic log of HCL Quality Server. This is possible only if you are a HCL Quality Server administrator. Viewing the diagnostic log
View, download, and share the detailed log events information for the JDBC proxy. Enabling and disabling remote diagnostic logging for the JDBC proxy
View, download, and share the detailed log events information for the HTTP/TCP proxy. Enabling and disabling remote diagnostic logging for the HTTP/TCP proxy
Change the default log level of HCL OneTest API proxy. Change the log level of a proxy at HCL Quality Server instance level. Modifying log levels
HCL OneTest API Agents View the logs of the agent process and change the default location of the logs. Working with HCL OneTest API Agent logs
Table 2. Logging references - Artifacts and technology
Artifact/Technology Your goal Reference
Tests Write a specified Output Message to the console and to an optional logging file. Log
Define the type of logging information and the level of logging detail that is to be displayed in the console when the action is executed. Specifying the logging options
Stubs Define how much information is recorded while your stub is being executed. You can also control logging when you deploy the stub from HCL Quality Server. Logging tab
View stub logs. Viewing stub logs
FIX transport Configure logging for FIX transport. FIX transport- Logging details
RQMAgent View the logs of RQMAgent and change the default location of the logs. Working with RQMAgent logs
IBM® WebSphere® MQ Exit Enable logging for IBM WebSphere MQ. Enabling logging for IBM WebSphere MQ Exit
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