Log properties tab allows user to specify the necessary logging options that include setting the necessary logging level and specifying a separate log file for the particular Task with its own logging level.
|Display in log pane||Log pane by default shows all events of a Task. It is useful to set Show everything options while running newly created Tasks. When a Task is verified and performs flawlessly, user can choose to see less Task events by switching to see only important events or less.
|Log everything||The most comprehensive logging level. Logs user interface and system service event messages, including information on each executed Trigger and Action.|
|Default logging||Errors and warnings are logged for each Trigger and Action, while only Task level information messages are recorded (including general information on Triggers).|
|Log only Task errors and warnings||Only errors and warnings are logged thus helping to track Task malfunctions. Trigger errors are logged as well.|
|Disable log for this Task||No information is logged.|
|Additionally create separate log file||It is also possible to have a separate log file for particular Task or group of Tasks thus facilitating auditing a particular scope of automation events.|
|Log file||Specify the location and file name for separate log file associated with the Task.|
|Log level||Specify the logging level for Task specific log file.|
|Browse||Use Browse to select particular file or folder on local disk, network share on LAN (local area network), etc.|
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