Logging into rt.log from Scrips

Hi,

I am writing scrips to customize my RT in Fedora 9 with MySQL back-end. I have configured RT to log into a file (rt.log) in RT_SiteConfig.pm. Is it possible to get debug messages printed into the log file. I have added some print statements in scripts. I don’t find them printed in rt.log or the http log. I searched the mail archives. Couldn’t locate. Can someone give me some pointers.

Thanks,
Baskar N

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Hello Baskar,

Set( $LogToFile, ‘debug’ );

$RT::Logger->debug(“here is my test message”);On Fri, Sep 4, 2009 at 4:33 PM, Baskaraganesan Natarajanbanatara@hcl.in wrote:

Hi,

I am writing scrips to customize my RT in Fedora 9 with MySQL back-end. I
have configured RT to log into a file (rt.log) in RT_SiteConfig.pm. Is it
possible to get debug messages printed into the log file. I have added
some print statements in scripts. I don’t find them printed in rt.log or the
http log. I searched the mail archives. Couldn’t locate. Can someone give
me some pointers.

Thanks,

Baskar N

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