How to enable Siebel EAI logs

15 Responses to How to enable Siebel EAI logs

  1. Very helpful Info for all the Integration debugging.
    If possible, Can you pls give a heads-up on Subsystems (For Inbound & Outbound). Also on Debugging Inbound and Outbound Webservices.
    Thanks for the article.

  2. Very helpful Info for all the Integration debugging.
    If possible, Can you pls give a heads-up on Subsystems (For Inbound & Outbound). Also on Debugging Inbound and Outbound Webservices.
    Thanks for the article.

  3. Neel,
    Thanks for all your valuable posts. In regards to enable tracing you can also use tool like Fiddler to see the exact request or response sent.

    Thanks,
    Lionel

  4. Neel,
    Thanks for all your valuable posts. In regards to enable tracing you can also use tool like Fiddler to see the exact request or response sent.

    Thanks,
    Lionel

  5. Neel,

    I tried just exactly what you said, i am not any logfiles in the ..clientlog folder. is there anything which i need to set up. please let me know

  6. Neel,

    I tried just exactly what you said, i am not any logfiles in the ..client\log folder. is there anything which i need to set up. please let me know

  7. will this even work for testing the Inbound Webservices in thick client?
    I guess ,wont as for IB we would need the webservers to be there. Pl let me know if i am missing something

    • In latest versions of siebel (don’t remember the exact version it is either 8.1 or 8.2) it is possible to test it in thick client or even local but earlier than that.. it is not possible to test inbound in dedicated or local

      • Thanks for replying.
        if you have any reference for the setup required to test IB in thick client/locally in 8.1 version..Then pl share the same.

  8. Hello,

    It is very helpful, but I can’t see the Outbound…dmp files.
    I just can see EAISiebelAdaptar…dmp and XMLParse…dmp

    Do you know why I can’t see the dmp files for the web sercive request???

    Thanks in advance.
    Pablo

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