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Identity Manager 8.1 - Operations Support Web Portal User Guide

Viewing the database log

To view the database log

  • In the navigation, click Database log.

    The Database log page is opened.

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Web applications

On the Web applications page, you can view running web applications at any time and see the details.

To find out how to display the page, see Opening the web application overview.

You can view the following information on the Web applications page.

Table 12: Web applications

Column

Description

URL

Shows the URL used to access the web application.

Web application

Shows the name of the web application.

Debug

Shows whether (Yes) or not (No) the web application runs in debug mode.

Private

Shows whether (Yes) or not (No) the web application runs in private mode (that means if it is generally accessible).

Auto update level

Shows whether (active) or not (inactive) automatic updates are enabled for the web application.

TIP: You can use the elements beneath the table to:

  • specify how many entries you want to display per page

  • navigate to other pages

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Opening the web application overview

You can open the web application overview at any time.

To open the web application overview

  • In the navigation, click Web applications.

    The Web applications page is opened.

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System status

On the System status page, you can view the status of current DBQueues or Jobqueues at any time. You can also check whether the database is up-to-date or must be recompiled. You can also stop the DBQueue or Job queue, or restart them.

To find out how to display the page, see Viewing system status

On the System status page, you can see if:

  • The DBQueue is running

  • The Job queue is running

  • The database is functioning properly

  • The database is up-to-date

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