Enhanced ISG Logging in R12.ATG_PF.B.delta.3

Integrated SOA Gateway provides enhanced logging capabilities among other enhancements in Oracle Applications Technology 12.1.3 Product Family Release Update Pack (R12.ATG_PF.B.delta.3) as listed in the earlier post.

Installation and Setup

Following My Oracle Support content provide information required to upgrade to R12.ATG_PF.B.delta.3 and setup Integrated SOA Gateway.

Design-time logs

Design-time activities in ISG are Generate WSDL, Deploy, Redeploy and Undeploy.of an Interface from IREP UI. To enable design-time log for an interface, configure log at Site level for that Interface using the new Log setup UI. If log is configured at User level only, design-time logs will not be written.

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Once Generate or Deploy action is complete, click View Log button on the interface details page to view the design time logs.

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Delete Logs

Every time a design-time activity is performed, the logs for that action is appended to the previous design-time logs written for that interface. Use Delete All button in the View Log page to delete all the existing log statements.

Export Logs


If logs have to be archived before deleting, export them to a excel spreadsheet using Export button.


Run-time logs


Run-time is when the deployed EBS web service is invoked by a client and serviced by EBS's SOA Provider. Run-time logs can be configured at different hierarchical and granularity levels within a hierarchy.

Hierarchical Levels- Site and User
Granularity Levels - Off, Statement, Procedure, Event, Exception, Error, Unexpected

For example, the following picture illustrates configuring Statement log for interface FND_PROFILE for a User SYSADMIN. This means, when the Web Service for FND_PROFILE is invoked by user SYSADMIN, SOA Provider will write Statement log for all the actions the code performs.

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Logs in SOA Monitor

From 12.1.3 onwards, all requests serviced by SOA Provider are automatically monitored by SOA Monitor. Payload associated to the request is written only if Audit is turned on from SOA Monitor.

Run-time logs can be viewed from SOA Monitor for all Interfaces configured to write logs.

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Delete Logs

Every time a web service is executed by the SOA Provider, the logs for that instance is saved against the Instance ID. Logs for a given instance alone can be deleted using Delete All button in the View Log page.

Logs are also deleted by the Purge program when it purges eligible SOA Provider instances. It is left to the IREP Administrator to schedule the purge program appropriately.

Export Logs


If logs have to be archived before deleting, export them to a excel spreadsheet using Export button.
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