Setting Tracing Properties

These properties are specific to the selected session server.

Host Integrator session server tracing is a diagnostic tool which is available for you to use in conjunction with technical support to troubleshoot various session server problems such as transport difficulties or session problems. Since only development staff and technical support can read traces generated by Host Integrator, the only reason to configure these properties is if you have been instructed to do so by technical support.


To start the trace engine you must first provide a trace file name. Once you've finished configuring the tracing properties, to start the trace, right-click on the session server in the Session Server Explorer, and choose Start Trace.

To stop the trace engine, right-click on a session server and select Stop Tracing.

Set trace engine options:

Trace configuration files

In some cases technical support may provide a trace configuration file that you will load instead of enabling tracing nodes.

To load a trace configuration file:

  1. Right-click anywhere on the Trace Nodes tree and select Load Trace Configuration File.
  2. From the dialog box, select the file you want to load.

After the file is loaded, the trace node tree indicates what trace nodes were enabled in the file.


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