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We are running Econnect 11 and in the C:\Program Files\Microsoft Dynamics\eConnect 11.0 folder there are two files named: econnect.log and WCTTracing.svclog.
the econnect.log file is 2gb and the other is WCTTracing.svclog 10gb.
Can I delete these files without harming anything and is it true I can disable logging by changing the following:
<system.diagnostics> <sources> <source name="eConnectTraceSource" switchValue="Verbose"> Would I change switchvalue="Off" <listeners> <add name="eConnectTextTracelistener"> <filter type="" /> </add> </listeners> </source> <source name="eConnectServiceTraceSource" switchValue="Verbose"> Would I change switchvalue="Off" <listeners> <add name="eConnectSvcTextTracelistener"> <filter type="" /> </add> </listeners> </source>
is there anything else I would need to change?
You should be able to turn off the logging and then delete the log files. The settings you describe should work to turn off the logging. You might have to restart the system before you can delete the files -- in case they're still considered to be "in-use".
There should be no problem deleting the log files. I'm guessing that somebody needed to do some logging during the debugging process, but forgot to turn off the log.
Thank you this resolved the issue!
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