1. set the following System Profile Options:
BNE Server Log Filename : BneLogger.log (make sure it doesn''t exist and if it does, delete it)
BNE Server Log Level : TRACE
BNE Server Log Path : free to choose, eg. in the IAS_TOP/Apache/Jserv/logs (use
the full path)
2. restart the Apache Server
3. login -> Oracle Web ADI -> Create Document
4. follow the Steps to reproduce the problem.
5. Afterwards, set the BNE Server Log Level to INFORMATION to avoid excessive
growth of the log file.
BNE ADMIN Servlet for 11i
BNE ADMIN Servlet for 12
With this servlet you can clear the BNE cache, click the "clear-cache" link.
You can also monitor the size and location of your log file, or change the log level.
Valid arguments to this servlet:
bne:action= log-all | log-first | log-last | log-marker | log-search
Additional Option: bne:lines = number (defaults to 100 if not set)
Additional Option: bne:text = String (useful for searching or marking the log file)
bne:action= log-set-level (Current JVM only)
Required Option: bne:log-level=REQUIRED | CRITICAL ERROR | ERROR | WARNING | INFORMATION | DETAIL | TRACE
bne:action= cache-clear (Current JVM only)
bne:action= site-properties-clear (Current JVM only)
bne:action= async-uploads (all async uploads started in the last 24 hours)
Additional Option: bne:async-job-number = number (Report on a particular job)
Additional Option: bne:action2=upload-cancel (Cancel a particular job)
bne:action= delete job history (clear job history > 7 days old)
bne:action= delete performance statistics
bne:action= threads (Current JVM only)