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Outbound web service logging properties

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Outbound web service logging properties

These properties allow you to control the behavior of outbound web service request logging.

Property Description
glide.outbound_http.db.log By default, log information is written to a log file and to the instance database. Set this property to false to disable database logging.
  • Type: true | false
  • Default value: true
  • Location: Add to the System Property [sys_properties] table
glide.outbound_http.text.content_types A comma-separated list of content types. The body of requests or responses with one of these content types is logged. By default, the content types text/*, application/json, and application/xml are always logged. Use this property to add additional content types.
  • Type: String
  • Default value: none
  • Location: Add to the System Property [sys_properties] table
glide.outbound_http.content.max_limit The maximum number of characters logged from a request or response body. The first characters of the body, up to this limit, are logged. This property has a maximum possible value of 1000.
  • Type: integer
  • Default value: 100
  • Location: Add to the System Property [sys_properties] table
glide.outbound_http_log.override When this property is set to true, the property glide.outbound_http_log.override.level determines the log level for all requests and responses. This log level overrides any other log level settings. Only use this property for a limited time when troubleshooting.
  • Type: true | false
  • Default value: false
  • Location: Add to the System Property [sys_properties] table
glide.outbound_http_log.override.level The log level to use for all requests and responses when glide.outbound_http_log.override is true. Valid values are basic, elevated, and all.
  • Type: String
  • Default value: basic
  • Location: Add to the System Property [sys_properties] table
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