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EIP SAP Connector Is Writing JCO RFC Traces Eventhough Logging Is Deactivated (Doc ID 2113362.1)

Last updated on JUNE 21, 2018

Applies to:

Oracle Agile Engineering Data Management - Version 6.1.3.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

ACTUAL BEHAVIOR
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EIP SAP data transfer is writing JCO , RFC Traces eventhough tracing is deactivated

Log files will be written to <eai_root>\bin\<ep-mach>

e.g. <eai_root>\bin\intel-ms-nt6.0



STEPS
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1.) In file <eai_root>\conf\eai_ini.xml deactivate tracing:
<rfc-trace>false</rfc-trace>
<jco-trace-level>OFF</jco-trace-level>

2.) Re-start EIP
3.) Execute EIP -> PLM SAP data transfer - e.g. transfer PLM item - create SAP material
4.) Find logfiles are still written in directory: <eai_root>\bin\intel-ms-nt6.0
e.g 10 GB within five months.
this is increasing admin workload - needs to observe disc space and delete trace files on a regular base

Changes

 

Cause

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