A filepath which designates the name and location of the log file.
Once this property is set, the connector will populate the log file as it carries out various tasks, such as when authentication is performed or queries are executed. If the specified file doesn't already exist, it will be created.
Connection strings and version information are also logged, though connection properties containing sensitive information are masked automatically.
If a relative filepath is supplied, the location of the log file will be resolved based on the path found in the Location connection property.
For more control over what is written to the log file, you can adjust the Verbosity property.
Log contents are categorized into several modules. You can show/hide individual modules using the LogModules property.
To edit the maximum size of a single logfile before a new one is created, see MaxLogFileSize.
If you would like to place a cap on the number of logfiles generated, use MaxLogFileCount.
Java logging is also supported. To enable Java logging, set Logfile to:
As in the above sample, JAVALOG:// is a required prefix to use Java logging, and you will substitute your own Logger.
The supplied Logger's getLogger method is then called, using the supplied value to create the Logger instance. If a logging instance already exists, it will reference the existing instance.
When Java logging is enabled, the Verbosity will now correspond to specific logging levels.