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Q7720040: Does ActiveXperts suffer from the Log4j vulnerability?
In december 2021, vulnerability in the widely used digital tool Log4j came to light. Log4j is used in various (online) applications/software. The vulnerability allows malicious parties to execute code on servers and workstations remotely. There is a solution for the problem. The ActiveXperts Development team went through all software components to find and resolve possible vulnerabilities. Since we use 3rd party software for our web interface, we strongly recommend to use ActiveXperts Netwo...
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Q7720015: I enabled logging to an MS SQL Compact Edition database. The Manager successfully verified the connection, but there's nothing written to the database. How can I find out what's going wrong?
Q7720030: In the Activity View, I see the following warning every now and then: "Too many outstanding log request. Reconfigure or disable logging". What does this mean?