You can log Workflow trace information to the Workflow Trace tab of the Diagnostics Console by completing the following steps:
- Enable Workflow logging in the Application Server's Web.config. To enable Workflow logging, set enableMailSlot to true for the workflow-profile log. This value is set to true by default.
- Ensure the Hyland Diagnostics Service is running on the Application Server.
- Ensure the OnBase Client from which you are accessing Workflow has the -WFTRACE command line switch applied:
Ensure the OnBase Client from which you are accessing Workflow has the User Interface display option set to Core-based.
You can check Workflow display options in the OnBase Client by selecting User | Workstation Options and clicking the Workflow Display Options tab. The User Interface option may be unavailable, depending on how Workflow options are configured in OnBase Configuration.
Start the Diagnostics Console in remote mode on the client workstation and connect to the Application Server.
The Diagnostics Console can also log Workflow trace information by running in local mode on the Application Server itself. In this case, the Hyland Diagnostics Service (step 2) is not required.
After completing these steps, you can log Workflow trace information to the Diagnostics Console by accessing Workflow in the OnBase Client and clicking the Trace button from the Workflow toolbar.
For more information about using Workflow trace logging, see the Workflow help files or module reference guide.