The WMS Client Logging plug-in logs the activity of clients that connect to your content. You can use it on both servers and publishing points. You can configure the following options for this plug-in.
|Time format||Settings in this area define the time format used in the log entries.|
|Use Coordinated Universal Time (UTC)||Select this option (the default) to have the log file use Coordinated Universal Time (UTC) when generating log files.|
|Use local time||Select this option to have the log file use the local time of the server when generating log files.|
|Buffer||Settings in this area define how the plug-in will save entries to the log file.|
|Buffer log entries||Select this option (the default) if you want log
entries saved to a
|Write log entries to file immediately||Select this option to have the entries written to the log file immediately. This option sets the logging plug-in processes to the highest priority and can cause delays to other server processes.|
|File format||Settings in this area define the format the plug-in will use when writing log entries to the log file.|
|Use Unicode characters (UTF-8)||Select this option (the default) to use Unicode text encoding. Unicode is the current standard for text encoding because it supports the widest range of languages and character sets.|
|Use ANSI characters||Select this option to use American National Standards Institute (ANSI) text encoding. ANSI text was the preferred standard for text encoding prior to the development of Unicode. Some programs require files be in ANSI format.|
|Log format||Settings in this area define the format of the log file.|
|Windows Media Services Format||Select this option to use a log format that is designed to be compatible with Fast Streaming technology and to provide practical information about distribution server usage.|
|Legacy (Windows Media Services 4.1) Format||Select this option to use a log format that is compatible with Windows Media Services version 4.1. The legacy log format is useful when Fast Streaming and distribution servers are not used or when your automated log parsing scripts have not been updated to read the latest log format.|
For information about additional logging properties, see WMS Client Logging - general properties and WMS Client Logging - log entries.