- How to perform a trace in Crystal Reports?
- How to trace what's happening when refreshing a report in Crystal Reports?
- How to use crlogger to generate a log when using Crystal Reports?
- SAP Crystal Reports 2008
- SAP Crystal Reports 2011
- SAP Crystal Reports 2013
- SAP Crystal Reports 2016
To perform a trace in Crystal Reports using crlogger:
- Download the crlogger utility:
For Crystal Reports 2011, 2013 and 2016, the crlogger.dll file is already installed by default, therefore, go to step 2 directly.
- For Crystal Reports 2008, you will first need to download the crlogger utility, and copy it in the right folder:
- Download the utility crlogger.dll, available in the Atachments section below. ( crlogger.dll.12.zip )
- Extract the file crlogger.dll to the following location depending on if you are using a 64bit or 32bit version of MS Windows:
For 64bit: C:\Program Files (x86)\Business Objects\BusinessObjects Enterprise 12.0\win32_x86
For 32bit: C:\Program Files\Business Objects\BusinessObjects Enterprise 12.0\win32_x86
- Add the following User Environment Variables to your local system:
- LOGGING_DIR = c:\logging
- LOGGING_ENABLED_ASSERT = 1
- LOGGING_ENABLED_RUNTIME = 100
NOTE: You can add the above variables to the System Environment, but it may require a re-boot to take affect.
Once the trace is no longer required, disable the trace, otherwise it can impact the report performance due to the overhead of tracing each actions.
To disable generating a trace with crlogger, perform one of the following:
- Remove the environment variables created in step 2; or
- To temporarily disable logging using crlogger, rename the crlogger.dll to crlogger.org
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