How to interpret the messages in the SoftGrid Virtual Application Server log

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This article describes how to interpret the messages in the SoftGrid Virtual Application Server log.
By default, the SoftGrid Virtual Application Server log (Sft-server.log) is located in the following folder:
%ProgramFiles%\Softricity\SoftGrid Server\logs
Each message is reported in the following format:
DateTime ServerName ProcessID ThreadID Module SessionID ProviderName UserName ApplicationURL ErrorLevel ErrorNumber ErrorMessage
If a value is unknown or is blank, that value is replaced by a hyphen (-) character.
DateTimeThe date and time in the [YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS.MS] format
ServerNameThe name of the SoftGrid Virtual Application Server that is reporting the message
ProcessIDThe process ID (PUID/PID) of the process that logged the message
ThreadIDThe thread ID (UID) of the thread that logged the message
ModuleThe module that reported the message
SessionIDThe session ID of the request
ProviderNameThe Provider Policy name to which the request was submitted
UserNameThe user name of the user who was authenticated
ApplicationURLThe application URL of the application that is being requested
ErrorLevelThe error level of the message, as follows:

0: Transactions
1: Fatal Errors
2: Errors
3: Warnings
4: Informational
5: Debug (Verbose)
6: Trace
ErrorNumberThe error number (or error code)
ErrorMessageThe error message
An example of a Virtual Application Server log message is as follows:
[2006-06-19 12:44:50.896] OSFSGS 2480 2212 SW_RTSPHandler::HandleTeardown 726415455 "Default Provider" Administrator DefaultApp.sft 4 40961 "Session Teardown"

Article ID: 930871 - Last Review: 01/16/2015 15:49:37 - Revision: 2.0

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