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OutSystems

Log Tab in SQL Server / Azure SQL

The following configurations are available in the Log tab when the 'Database Provider' property is set to SQL Server / Azure SQL.

Database Section

This section contains general configurations for the SQL Server / Azure SQL database connection to the logging database.

Configuration Description Default value
Server The hostname or IP address to the database server. localhost
Database The database catalog to be used for the logging database. outsystems_log

For advanced settings, click the Advanced Settings link.

Configuration Description Default value
Advanced Connection Settings
Runtime Applications Allows you to use a specific connection string for OutSystems applications.
Log Service Port The port the log service listens to. 12003
Log Cycle Period Indicates for how long (in weeks) the log files are kept. After this time, the log tables are rotated and information is lost. 4

Administrator Section

The 'Administrator' section allows you to configure the database user that manages the logging database. This user owns the log tables, views, and indexes.

Configuration Description Default value
User Name of the user that is the owner of log tables and associated objects. OSADMIN_LOG
Password Password for the user.

Note: these configurations will be read-only when Authentication is set to Windows Authentication in Platform tab.

Runtime Section

The 'Runtime' section allows you to configure the database user used by the applications at runtime for logging purposes. This user owns the tables created by developers in the development environment.

Configuration Description Default value
User Name of the user used by the applications at runtime for logging purposes. OSRUNTIME_LOG
Password Password of the specified user.

Note: these configurations will be read-only when Authentication is set to Windows Authentication in Platform tab.

Create/Upgrade Database Button

To create all the database objects (tables, indexes, views, etc) required for logging purposes, click 'Create/Upgrade Database'.

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