The Transaction Logging page enables you to configure transaction logging and define how logs are exported from the
|Management of the Transaction Logs on the FTP site is the responsibility of the Administrator.|
From the System Center, click Proxy Settings > Transaction Logging. The Transaction Logging page is displayed, indicating the current status of Transaction Logging as either:
If required, select Export the transaction logs every day at and select a time from the drop-down menu. This schedules a daily export to your FTP server.
|It is not possible to export transaction logs manually while an export is already in progress. If you are considering a scheduled export, select a time of day that avoids this possibility.|
Enter the details of the FTP server on which transaction logs will be stored.
|Server type||Type of connection: FTP, FTPS (implicit), FTPS (explicit) or SFTP.|
|FTP Server||The fully qualified domain name or IP address of the FTP server.|
|Port||The port connecting the
|User name||Logon credentials for the FTP server.|
|Password||Logon credentials for the FTP server.|
|Remote folder||The folder in which transaction log files will be stored. This folder is created automatically during the export process if it is not found on the server.|
|If you change any of the FTP settings, you must also re-enter the Password to save the changes.|
|If you are using a multi-level folder structure, you should specify the path using forward-slash character (/).|
In the Task Panel, click
Test FTP settings. The
|Ensure your FTP server and Port have been configured correctly and that your User name/Password combination is correct.|
You can schedule the
When complete, click Close.
The current state of the transaction log export is shown at the top of the page.
If you change any configuration settings you must apply the new configuration for the
new settings to take effect. If the