All ODBC calls will now be logged to the specified log file. The DB2 instance is not restarted after tracing is turned on. 2. Demonstration: 1. Web Scale Globally scale websites with innovative content management and infrastructure approaches Modernization UX and app modernization to powerfully navigate todays digital landscape Omni-Channel Engagement Content-focused web and mobile solution for
The DB2 instance is not restarted after tracing is turned on. 2. The Microsoft OLE DB Provider for ODBC Drivers is linked against the ODBC Driver Manager and can therefore generate an ODBC Driver Manager trace.If you attempt to generate an ODBC Driver Go to "Tracing" tab and Click "Stop Tracing Now" 6. ODBC Tracing ★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★ SelvarNovember 10, 20071 Share 0 0 Another tool frequently used for troubleshooting ODBC problems is ODBC Tracing.
Remember that while tracing is on, the log file continues to increase in size and that tracing affects the performance of all your ODBC applications. Workaround Notes Attachment Disclaimer The origins of the information on this site may be internal or external to Progress Software Corporation ("Progress"). The tracing entry is not being entered properly in the registry. Other trademarks and registered trademarks appearing on easysoft.com are the property of their respective owners.
ODBC Tracing is a service provided by the driver manager and records every ODBC call made into a text file. Your feedback is appreciated. All rights reserved. Examine this log.
This is due to tracing being turned on. 9. Applies To Products Easysoft ODBC-Oracle Driver Easysoft ODBC-InterBase Driver Easysoft ODBC-JDBC Gateway Easysoft ODBC-ODBC Bridge Easysoft ODBC-Firebird Driver Easysoft ODBC-DB2 Driver Easysoft ODBC-Derby Driver Easysoft ODBC-Salesforce Driver Easysoft ODBC-Google-Analytics Driver Knowledge Generally this is located within your home directory, and it may be a hidden file. If you are not sure which version to use, in ODBC Data Source Administrator, check that you can see your ODBC data source in the relevant DSN tab.
Once you are done gathering a trace, remember to disable tracing by changing the value of Trace to “no” in the odbcinst.ini file, as tracing will consume disk space and significantly Please tell us how we can make this article more useful. Article: 01054 Last Reviewed: 22nd August 2013 Revision: 1 This is because the account that SQL Server is running under does not have permission to write to files in the location For example, C:\Windows\ServiceProfiles\NetworkService\AppData\Local\Temp\SQL.log.Change the SQL Server account to run as a user who does have write access to the folder where you want the trace file to be created.
The DB2 instance needs to be restarted after tracing is turned on. The sample code is provided on an "AS IS" basis. These are the calls executed against the SQL Server driver by our actions in ODBCTest. The tracing entry is not being entered properly in the registry. 3.
Once you are done gathering a trace, disable tracing: Return to the Tracing tab in the ODBC Administrator and hit “Stop Tracing Now”, as tracing will consume disk space and significantly PREV HOME UP NEXT Related Documentation MySQL Connector/ODBC Release Notes Download this Manual PDF (US Ltr) - 1.1Mb PDF (A4) - 1.1Mb EPUB - 1.0Mb HTML Download (TGZ) The entire risk arising out of the use or performance of the sample code is borne by the user. ODBC Tracing can be turned on through the ODBC Data Source Administrator, in the "Tracing" tab.
See here for how to open the proper ODBC Administrator depending on driver bitness. Under the section heading [ODBC] (add the heading if it does not exist) add the key-value pairs: Trace=1 TraceFile=/path/to/file/traceFile.log Debug=1 DebugFile=/path/to/file/debugFile.log An example of what this would look like: [ODBC] Trace=1 I connect to the database with isql and >OpenOffice, run queries and get data but never do I ever get a log file.
Trace files can grow very large quite quickly, so to make troubleshooting easier it is best to minimize the number of application ODBC calls made to reproduce the problem. The DB2 application may slow down as if tracing, but nothing is written to the ODBC trace file. For more information about ODBC on 64-bit Windows platforms, see our 64-bit ODBC article. Stop the DB2 instance(db2stop) turn on tracing in the ODBC Administrator, restart the instance(db2start), then attempt the ODBC trace. 2.
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Then, start the service and attempt the ODBC trace. 3. Characters Remaining: 255 Copyright © 2016, Progress Software Corporation and/or its subsidiaries or affiliates. The ODBC trace file path set in the ODBC Administrator is ignored and the log file is created somewhere else. 5. Comments (1) Cancel reply Name * Email * Website guest says: August 5, 2013 at 12:11 am It's syswow64, not syswow32 where the 32-bit odbcad32 is residing Reply Follow UsPopular TagsAdo.Net
Enable trace logging by following the instructions below: Locate your odbc.ini file. See Trademarks or appropriate markings. Contact Sales USA: +1-866-221-0634 Canada: +1-866-221-0634 Germany: +49 89 143 01280 France: +33 1 57 60 83 57 Italy: +39 02 249 59 120 UK: +44 207 553 8447 Japan: 0120-065556 The trace will be stored in a log file specified in Data Source.
Open the trace file (C:\sql.log) with Notepad. Watson Product Search Search None of the above, continue with my search ODBC tracing on Windows creates no file or empty file for Federation Server Technote (troubleshooting) Problem(Abstract) When attempting to Choose your DSN (TestDSN1) and click "OK" 6. Now you will notice that the button has now changed to Stop Tracing Now Click the Apply button followed by the OK button until you exit the ODBC Administrator.
The tracing entry is not being entered properly in the registry. 3. Again, this will not affect currently-executing applications, only newly-started applications, so you may need to restart some applications. When you activate tracing from the Tracing tab, the Driver Manager logs all ODBC function calls for all subsequently run applications.