RE: PeopleSoft DBA Forum How do I turn COBOL trace file generation OFF?
- Look in your config file.
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Due to an ongoing problem, we've always had our COBOL trace set to ON in our
Yes, I know, it's a waste of processing time and disk space, but it's not
something we're short of and it was a by-product of some other problem so we
had to live with it.
Anyway, I've now fixed the underlying problem, and I want to turn the COBOL
tracing OFF. It was 3 years ago when I turned it ON, and I can't remember
how I did it.
I have searched Customer Connection, and it points to various app server and
process scheduler settings, but none of them seem to work.
Can anyone tell me how I disable the COBOL trace?
Gulf International Bank (UK) Ltd.
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