This document describes how to troubleshoot the Cisco Finesse Persistent Logging problem
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The information in this document is based on these software versions:
Cisco Finesse 11.5
Unified Contact Center Enterprise (UCCE) 11.5
The information in this document was created from the devices in a specific lab environment. All of the devices used in this document started with a cleared (default) configuration. If your network is live, ensure that you understand the potential impact of any command.
There are several options to collect Cisco Finesse client logs. One of these options is Persistent Logging. This is the procedure to set Perssistent Logging.
Step 1. Open the Local Storage Logs serviceability tool: https://<FQDN>/desktop/locallog
Step 2. Click on the button Sign in with Persistent Logging. A login screen is open with an additional query string parameter lls (local log Storage)
When the agent signs in, the client logs are collected in local storage. You can view the logs in the same page as where you set Persistent Logging: https://<FQDN>/desktop/locallog. However, an issue was found, that even after Persisten Logging is configured, the logs do not show in the local log page https://<FQDN>/desktop/locallog. This problem is described with more detail in the caveat CSCvf93030 Persistent logging fails to capture logs - Finesse 11.5(1) ES-2 onward.
Based on the query string passed (lls), the local storage flag enableLocalLog is set to true. and local logs are collected. But currently the request.getQueryString() method returns an empty string instead of the query string itself, this is due to the missing key-value pair for lls.
Solution - Workaround
Once Persistent Logging is set and the agent signs in, you should see the value true added to the parameter lls.
When the problem happens, on the the agent deskop, you see that the value of the IIS parameter is null: http://<FinesseServerIP>/desktop/container/?locale=en_US&lls
And the local logs do not get updated.
As a workaround, assign the value true to the parameter IIs in the url of the agent desktop https://<FinesseServerIP>/desktop/container/?locale=en_US&lls=true
You see now the information in the local storage https://<FQDN>/desktop/locallog.
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