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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?
The ActiveXperts Network Monitor service provides tracing for various tasks, including logging. To enable tracing for ADO logging, you must do the following: Start the registry editor (i.e. REGEDIT.EXE or REGEDT32.EXE) Open the HKLM\Software\ActiveXperts\Network Monitor\Trace key Enter a valid filename for the 'ThreadMQLogging' entry Restart the ActiveXperts Network Monitor service The Trace file will tell you exactly what's going wrong. Don't forget to reset the entry to the emtp...
Network Monitor > Logging

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?
This means the the Network Monitor service cannot write the log requests to the log database, or database writes are too slow and log requests are congested. Please check the Logging settings: In the Manager, select 'Options' from the 'Tools' menu Select the 'Logging' tab and choose 'Change Database Manually' Press the 'Test Configuration' button. Database access will be checked and an error will be reported in case there's no database connectivity There are two ways to clear all Log requests:...
Network Monitor > Logging

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