Ah, ok.  Thanks for all this info.  I did look at ^%ISCLOG, but it was a ton of stuff.  I 'll seeif I can find something relevant, or record only the moment when I'm trying to connect.  The global STARTED at 3K-something and the rest was lost on my terminal. It looked like it was recording everthing from the entire server? Production, everythiing?

Thanks,

Laura

 

I'll try some things... Yes, the page displays when I remove the ?CSPDEBUG part.

Ah, /namehere/package.home.cls does nto work as a debug target.  I see that /namehere/ (or Samples) is the namespace.  But, this particular combo does not work: URL not found.

I'm not sure how the port would be wrong, since I can open the page as a URL, or with View/Web Page (F5)... as far as I know, the port is c orrect, since I'm using studio in DEV, etc. Is the port a part of the debug target? how does it know ?  Yes, we are running it on IIS on the DEV server.

I'll try the logging thing.

Thanks,

Laura

 

Hi Timothy,

I've tried many debug targets.  Using csp/NameHere/package.home.cls I get this error when I run it:

 

Caché Server Pages Version 2014.1.3.775.0

Error Condition


Error Condition

CSP application closed the connection before sending a complete response

 

and error #6710 "Could not attach to target" in studio.

 

For some reason, in the pages, we change the "homepage" to /NameHere/package.home.cls.  I wonder if that affects how I can/can't open it in debug mode using /csp/package.home.cls.

 

Thanks,

Laura

 

Oh -- the page displays if I take off the ?CSPDEBUG=1431597865 at the end of its URL...

 

 

Hi Attila, OK, how about the Services, Processes, and Operations items.  Are they in tables? Thanks.

Ah, I was wondering about that XML view in the Production class. I did see the Documentation -- thanks -- but the end users would like something ... less spread out. Also, I'm trying to get my head around it as well, so that makes it hard to define this task. Thanks.

Hi Kenneth, Yes, we have a large looking Production that I'm trying to untangle. I'm tasked with a simple view of the input folders, output folders, and number of records processed, on which servers.; more simple than the production monitor view. Thanks.