Configure logging

Specify the logging settings for SharePoint Server 2007 or 2010.

  1. Log in to the SharePoint site.

  2. On the home page of your site, click Site Actions > Site Settings.

  3. On the Site Settings page, under Adobe LiveCycle, click Logging Settings.

  4. On the Logging Settings page, specify the log level for the site.

    Note: The log level applies to SharePoint Server 2007 and 2010. The log level for all sites on the SharePoint server is determined based on the most-recent log level applied by the site administrator for a site. For example, if a site administrator sets the log level to DEBUG for a site and thereafter sets the log level to INFO for another site, the log level for all sites is set to INFO.
  5. For SharePoint Server 2010, specify the logging type.

    • Enable ULS Logging is selected by default and logs messages to the Unified Logging System.

    • Enable Windows Event Logging allows you to log events. It is recommended you select this option if ULS logging is disabled on the SharePoint server.

      Note: To configure event-based logging, create an event category in the registry. For detailed instructions on creating an event category, see the Microsoft Support website article at;en-us;329291. When creating the key, specify LiveCycleSharePointConnector as the key name.
  6. Click Apply.

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