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How to trace BusinessWorks application

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You can set

in deployed tra file and then restart the application, run the process and until the errors appear again, then check detailed log file locates in the <install-path>\tibco\tra\domain\application\logs folder. Please keep in mind that all manual settings will be cleared after redeploy. To keep it permanent, set in bwengine.tra file in <install-path>\tibco\bw\<version>\bin folder.

Also possible to redirect the stdout and stderr output to any file. Please set in deployed cmd:
"/<install-path>/tibco/bw/<version>/bin/bwengine.exe" --run --propFile "/<install-path>/tibco/tra/domain/application/<application>.tra" > "/tmp/trace.out" 2>&1
then start this cmd from command shell.

You can also enable higher tracing to Hawk, set -tsm_tracelevel -1 in your <install-path>\tibco\tra\domain\<domain-name>\hawkagent.cfg and restart your Hawk Agent. The logs will be under <install-path>\tibco\tra\domain\<domain-name>\logs\tsm.log by default, you can define it using -tsm_traceLogFile parameter.

TIBCO Rendezvous undocumented profiling feature


If you experience out of memory issues, or just want to debug function invocations or check consuming memory by Rendezvous daemon internals, you can enable undocumented profiling feature. You need go to http://rvd_host:7580/profiling URL. On the page select the desired check-boxes and then press submit.

Daemons profiling data will be in the log, you can view it on the screen, however better to start rvd or rvrd with log parameters -logfile c:\logs\rvd.log -log-max-size 1024 -log-max-rotations 5 and look at the log files.