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Diagnostics and Logging

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To send your logs for analysis and support, turn logging on.

 

On Windows:

In the Isolator++ Professional installation folder, run Configuration.exe. (See Setting a license)

Check "Enable Logging" and select the logs path.

 

You can set logging from the command line as well, using the following flags:

 

Configuration.exe --log_enable [1 - enable; 0 - disable] --log_path [path]

 

Note: Default for --log_enable is 0. Setting --log_path <path> automatically sets --log_enable to 1.

 

On Linux:

In the directory /usr/share/typemock run the IsolatorConfigurator the following console flags:

 

./IsolatorConfigurator --log_enable [1 - enable; 0 - disable] --log_path(optional) [path]

 

Note: Default for --log_enable is 0. Default for --log_path is set to /var/log/typemock.

 

 

MSsymbol The following diagnostics are only for Windows:

 

Isolator++ Professional emits diagnostic information by default, in addition to regular test output. To suppress these messages, before running the tests, set an environment variable:

 

IPP_SUPPRESS_OUTPUT=1

 

To return to normal, either delete the variable, or set the variable to 0:

 

IPP_SUPPRESS_OUTPUT=0

 

 

Verbose log

 

Isolator++ Professional will help you debug your tests by printing the stack trace when your tests fail.

This will slow the tests a bit but will give you complete stack traces.

To log more stack information, add the following line in your test (can be toggled on and off):

 

Typemock::LogWithStack = true;

 

 

 


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