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Dragging a Log Entry Node into your Task displays the following input dialog:
 
Dragging a Log Entry Node into your Task displays the following input dialog:
  
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* '''The "Message" text area''' is where you should type the text of the log entry. Whatever you type here will appear in the Task logs at run time.
 
* '''The "Message" text area''' is where you should type the text of the log entry. Whatever you type here will appear in the Task logs at run time.

Revision as of 04:56, 1 July 2010

Log Entry

Log Entry Nodes record a string of text in the Task logs. They are useful for adding extra logging information and for outputting variable or data values.

Dragging a Log Entry Node into your Task displays the following input dialog:

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  • The "Message" text area is where you should type the text of the log entry. Whatever you type here will appear in the Task logs at run time.
  • Message Type flags the log entry as an information or error message. Error messages will appear in the logs in red, whereas information messages will appear in blue.
  • Message Priority flags the message as low, medium or high priority. Depending on the log settings for the Task this may suppress the log entry.

Click "Okay" to complete the Node creation.

See Also

Task Elements > Flow Control Task Elements > Log Entry

Schedule Nodes | Decision Point Nodes | Start of Task | End of Task | Error Handler
Throw Exception | Passive Node | Log Entry | Sleep For n Seconds | While Node | Loop Node | Exit Loop Node | |Switch Node
Fork Execution | Join Forked Threads | Start Synch Block | End Synch Block | Event Notification Nodes



Task Elements | Resources