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Configure troubleshooting options for integration ports [AX 2012]

Updated: July 19, 2011

Applies To: Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 R2, Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 Feature Pack, Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012

Note Note

This topic describes one step in the process for managing integration ports. For more information, see Managing integration ports.

This topic describes how to configure troubleshooting settings in services and Application Integration Framework (AIF) by using either the Inbound ports form or the Outbound ports form. To open these forms, follow one of these steps.

  • Click System administration > Setup > Services and Application Integration Framework > Inbound ports.

  • Click System administration > Setup > Services and Application Integration Framework > Outbound ports.

Use the Troubleshooting FastTab to specify settings that can help you diagnose issues in the configuration and operation of an integration port.

You can store copies of the XML code for documents that are exchanged by using AIF. You can then view these copies by using the History form.

In the Logging mode list, select the logging mode. The following options are available:

  • Original document – Select this option to store only the original document.

  • All document versions – Select this option to store a separate version of the document every time that the document is modified by a pipeline. When you select this option, you can use the Document log form to view details about each step in the processing of the document.

    NoteNote

    Document versions are not logged for each integration-port-level transform. Document versions are logged only for pipeline components. For example, you can use an XSLT in a pipeline if you want to log the various document versions that are the result of transformations.

  • Message header only – Select this option to store only the message header for each document.

  • Logging disabled – Select this option to turn logging off. When you select this option, no documents are entered in the document history. As a result, you cannot view correlation information.

You can configure the integration port to provide information about errors by using the following check boxes:

  • Include exceptions in fault – Select this check box to specify that X++ and .NET Framework error messages from the service are included in fault messages. When you select this check box, the fault message includes detailed Infolog messages.

  • Respond after error in asynchronous request – For inbound integration ports, select this check box to specify that the port automatically sends error messages as responses in asynchronous scenarios.

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