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How turn on DEBUG level logging for remote api calls

Doug McLean Sep 18, 2012

After migration to our new clustered configuration, one of our integrations is timing out. There are no messages written to the atlassian-confluence.log after the remote api user logs in - how can we enable detailed logging so that we can see the activity from the Confluence side of the connection? The remote connection is using the SOAP api, and worked fine in our old single-server environment; the logs show the remote user connecting to only one of the nodes in the cluster.

Thanks

Doug

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Paulo Paulo Sep 18, 2012

Hi Doug

I'm not quite sure, but seems to me that this option is not available on Confluence side. However, I'd suggest looking for any other option in log4j.properties file

For further details, please use the following link as your guideline:

https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/CONF43/Configuring+Logging

Cheers,

Paulo Renato

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