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The .NET Direct Row download API doesn't run through all the same script settings or log all the row counts etc. We'd like to be able to add some of logging as a diagnostic option, but under production would normally not want to be that verbose.

It seems like the best thing to do would be reflect the current verbosity settings the MobiLink server uses; especially with the ability to change the settings for a single user or remote using ml_add_property.

The only way I can see to do that now would be to duplicate some of the command line argument parsing in our code and monitor the properties. Is there another means available to get the current settings?

If none is currently available, this would be a great feature addition to the connection context. I'm thinking connection context as opposed to server context to fold in the properties per user or remoteid.

asked 19 Apr '12, 16:30

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edited 20 Apr '12, 03:08

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Unfortunately, no.

This is already on our list of enhancement requests. Both you and I have now requested it. :)

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answered 19 Apr '12, 17:38

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edited 20 Apr '12, 09:50

Expected answer, but it never hurts to ask. :)

(19 Apr '12, 17:53) Ron Emmert
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