Trace Components




Component



Description



APP



VXML2 Application logging



CALL



Call handling



CCXML_LOG



Tracing intended for the log file (including the <log> element) from CCXML



CCXML_PARS



CCXML Parser (executing event processor and handling tags)



CCXML_RUNT



CCXML Runtime environment (Generating events, handling events from the call/vxml)



CDR



Call detail records



CODEC



Audio codec



COMMAND



BVR command message handling



CONFIG



Configuration



CORE



Core tracing



DTMFCOMP



DTMF grammar



DTNA



DTNA kernel - not used



IFIX



All interim fix/debug related tracing



MRCP



MRCPv2 (not stack)



MRCP_STACK



MRCPv2 stack



SDP



SDP handling



SIGNALLING



Signalling handling



SIP



SIP handling (not stack)



SIP_MONITOR



SIP messages



SIPSTACK



SIP stack



STREAMING



Audio commands/handling



VXI



VXML2 browser



VXML



VXML2





Configuration setting of Component trace


Allows the trace level to be modified per-component. This section can appear multiple times in the trace.


The header for this section is [[component_trace_level]].



Name



Mandatory?



Type



Description



component



Yes



String



The trace component to set the trace level for. Valid components are:


       ALL
       APP
       CALL
       CCXML_LOG

       CCXML_PARS

       CCXML_RUNT
       CDR
       CODEC
       COMMAND
       CONFIG
       CORE
       DTMFCOMP
       DTNA
       IFIX
       MRCP
       MRCP_STACK
       SDP
       SIGNALLING
       SIP
       SIP_MONITOR
       SIPSTACK
       STREAMING
       VXI
       VXML


For a more detailed description of what these components mean, see "Problem Determination".



level



Yes



String



The trace level to set for the component. Valid levels are (in order of intensity):


OFF


ERROR


WARNING


INFO


LOG


TRACE


DEBUG


ENTRY


EXIT


INTENSIVE


If a level is specified, any levels above that level will also be traced. For example, if the level is set to TRACE, all ERROR, WARNING, INFO, LOG and TRACE statements will appear in the log.  


For a more detailed description of what these levels mean, see "Problem Determination".