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Shop Parameters [L]

Language

The "Language" parameter can be used to specify languages to be loaded into the SHOP. These are specified in the two-digit ISO letter code. If more than one language is specified, these must be separated by commas.


Format: TEXT
Modul: EUL, NOP
Excample: Language=DE,EN,IT

LogConsole

The "LogConsole" parameter is used to determine whether status messages are displayed on the screen. Here it is possible to determine what the interface is currently processing, especially in test mode. This option applies to all modules. The output is done in a DOS-BOX.


Format: 0/1
Modul: ALLE

LogConsoleToFile

You use this parameter to specify whether the console output is also written to a text file. The file is stored in the LogDir path and starts with the name "console-" followed by a UID.


Format: 0/1
Modul: ALLE

LogDebug

Various internal intermediate values can be output to an event log via "LogDebug". Since a lot of information is stored, it is advisable not to use the switch in production environment. The location of the event log file is defined by "LogFolder" or "LogDir".


Format: 0/1
Modul: ALLE

LogConsole

The "LogConsole" parameter is used to determine whether status messages are displayed on the screen. Here it is possible to determine what the interface is currently processing, especially in test mode. This option applies to all modules. The output is done in a DOS-BOX.


Format: 0/1
Modul: ALLE

LogConsoleToFile

You use this parameter to specify whether the console output is also written to a text file. The file is stored in the LogDir path and starts with the name "console-" followed by a UID.


Format: 0/1
Modul: ALLE

LogDebug

Various internal intermediate values can be output to an event log via "LogDebug". Since a lot of information is stored, it is advisable not to use the switch in production environment. The location of the event log file is defined by "LogFolder" or "LogDir".


Format: 0/1
Modul: ALLE

LogDir

The "LogDir" is the final directory where console information and event logs are stored. It is usually formed from the "LogFolder" and an internal rule. However, if the folder is to be freely defined, "LogDir" is used.


Format: TEXT
Modul: ALLE
Excample: LogDir=C:\Exchange\Mandant

LogFolder

The "LogFolder" parameter can be used to specify a general folder for log files, which is extended by the "client" name in a client environment. Internally, this extended folder is called "LogDir". If automatic mode is not to be used, the folder for the log files can be specified directly with "LogDir".


Format: TEXT
Modul: ALLE

LogSettings

All parameters evaluated by the currently used program are output to the console - "LogConsole 1" must also be set for this. The values take into account the configuration file and the transferred parameters. By the possibility that default sections are stored in the configuration, it is very helpful when setting up the interface to determine which values are assumed at the end of the parameters.


Format: 0/1
Modul: ALLE

LogStatus

When status values are recorded, basic information and serious error messages are written into the event log. You can see in the Eventlog.txt file when a module was started and stopped. The location of the event log file is defined by "LogFolder" or "LogDir".


Format: 0/1
Modul: ALLE