Logging with commandLine version

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Logging with commandLine version

Postby rickybibi » Thu Oct 31, 2013 12:04 pm

Hi ,
I'm using Schema compare 3.0.0.770.

Is it possible to change the logging level with the commandLine version (sco32.exe) ?

All those "table' line are a little bit annoying ...
Or is it possible to add more details ?

Ex: sco32.exe -project c:\\test\\Synchro.ocp -deployscriptencoding UTF8WithPreamble -exd -script-file c:\\test\\c840_reg.SQL -report c:\\test\\BLD201330013304101MAGISTRA.html -reporttype:Interactive

The source is snapshot file
The destination is a live database

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Thanks
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Postby eddie davis » Thu Oct 31, 2013 4:08 pm

Hi

Thank you for your forum post.

To increase or set the Logging Level, you will need to open the Schema Compare for Oracle GUI. ->Close the project configuration dialog. ->Right click the Schema Compare for Oracle Icon immediately above the File menu in the very top left hand corner of the GUI. ->Minimum Log Levels.

If the Logging Level is already set to verbose which is the highest level you can set and you wish to see more details, please post a Feature Request on the User Voice Forum for our Oracle Tools using this
LINK.

The User Voice forum is actively monitored by the product manager and development team. The more votes a feature request receives from other users, increases the chances that it will be included in a future version of the product.

Many Thanks
Eddie
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