Enables the specified logging level for the sub-component in the component mentioned in the command. The user can enter multiple levels of logging by separating them by commas. The following formats for level are supported # and #, #.
This command will *not* set the trace settings for CAD or CSD services. There will be a separate set of CLI commands for them. Trace settings for the DB component, which is the Informix server, will also not be available.
After the completion of the command, a message is displayed showing the current log trace settings enabled.
The Unified CCX services will have to be restarted for the trace changes to take effect. For more information on how ro restart the Unified CCX services, see the Cisco Unified CCX Serviceability Administration Guide available here:
set uccx trace enable <component> <sub-component> <level>
component—Mandatory; The component such as UCCXEngine or UCCXEditor or JTAPI_CLIENT
sub-component—Mandatory; The sub-component within the component such as JTAPI Subsystem within the UCCXEngine component. For the JTAPI_CLIENT component there are no sub-components.
Level—Mandatory; The logging level which will be enabled. Various tracing levels are Debugging, XDebugging1, XDebugging2, XDebugging2, XDebugging3, XDebugging4 and XDebugging5. For the JTAPI_CLIENT the various tracing levels are Warning, Informational, Debug, Jtapi_Debug, JtapiImpl_Debug, Cti_Debug, CtiImpl_Debug, Protocol_Debug and Misc_Debug.
Command privilege level—1
Allowed during upgrade—No
admin:set uccx trace enable uccxengine ss_tel debugging
Trace for uccxengine:ss_tel:debugging is enabled.
set uccx trace enable UCCXEngine ICD_CTI XDEBUGGING1,XDEBUGGING2Trace for UCCXEngine:ICD_CTI:XDEBUGGING1 is enabled
Trace for UCCXEngine:ICD_CTI:XDEBUGGING2 is enabled