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Hi i've got a new installation of BES 4.1.4 and it configured to go through our proxy server. All is working fine and traffic is definately flowing via the proxy but as the server is using a generic proxy user we need a log of all access. I've configured the MDS connection service to log level debug to a specific directory with HTTP, Verbose HTTP logging enabled & TLS logging all enabled. A file called GBSTABB01_MDAT_01_20071016_0001.txt is created and written to in a directory with the date but all I get is the following and not much else, I am using my BB to access a variety of sites to see if they get logged. Am I missing something??

SCM 4.1.4.17 17 2007/05/28 Native process ID 4092
<2007-10-16 12:18:48.654 BST>:[9]:<MDS-CS_GBSTABB01_MDS-CS_2>:<DEBUG>:<LAYER = SCM, EVENT = Admin. Task- Configuration data>
<2007-10-16 12:18:48.669 BST>:[10]:<MDS-CS_GBSTABB01_MDS-CS_2>:<DEBUG>:<LAYER = SCM, EVENT = Admin. Task- Retrieve all server hosts values>
<2007-10-16 12:18:48.701 BST>:[11]:<MDS-CS_GBSTABB01_MDS-CS_2>:<DEBUG>:<LAYER = SCM, EVENT = Admin. Task- refresh media management>
<2007-10-16 12:18:48.779 BST>:[12]:<MDS-CS_GBSTABB01_MDS-CS_2>:<INFO >:<LAYER = SCM, EVENT = Default Job Pool size = 200>
<2007-10-16 12:18:48.779 BST>:[13]:<MDS-CS_GBSTABB01_MDS-CS_2>:<INFO >:<LAYER = SCM, maxMem: 799145984 maxPoolSize: 200>
<2007-10-16 12:18:48.810 BST>:[14]:<MDS-CS_GBSTABB01_MDS-CS_2>:<WARNG>:<LAYER = SCM, EVENT = PushServiceImpl(): net.rim.ippp.a.b.ai.ag.yL: D:\BlackBerry Enterprise Server\MDS\Servers\GBSTABB01\..\..\webserver\webse rver.keystore (The system cannot find the file specified)>
<2007-10-16 12:18:48.826 BST>:[15]:<MDS-CS_GBSTABB01_MDS-CS_2>:<DEBUG>:<LAYER = SCM, EVENT = Connected, TOPSERVICE = IPPP, LOWERSERVICE = GME>
<2007-10-16 12:18:48.826 BST>:[16]:<MDS-CS_GBSTABB01_MDS-CS_2>:<DEBUG>:<LAYER = SCM, EVENT = Connected, TOPSERVICE = GME, LOWERSERVICE = SRP>
<2007-10-16 12:18:48.904 BST>:[17]:<MDS-CS_GBSTABB01_MDS-CS_2>:<EVENT>:<LAYER = SCM, EVENT = MDS-CS server has started>
<2007-10-16 12:18:50.294 BST>:[18]:<MDS-CS_GBSTABB01_MDS-CS_2>:<DEBUG>:<LAYER = SCM, Web Server Started>
<2007-10-16 12:18:56.623 BST>:[19]:<MDS-CS_GBSTABB01_MDS-CS_2>:<DEBUG>:<LAYER = SCM, EVENT = Admin. Task started;>
<2007-10-16 12:18:56.670 BST>:[20]:<MDS-CS_GBSTABB01_MDS-CS_2>:<DEBUG>:<LAYER = SCM, EVENT = Admin. Task- Configuration data>
<2007-10-16 12:18:56.685 BST>:[21]:<MDS-CS_GBSTABB01_MDS-CS_2>:<DEBUG>:<LAYER = SCM, EVENT = Admin. Task- Retrieve all server hosts values>
<2007-10-16 12:18:56.685 BST>:[22]:<MDS-CS_GBSTABB01_MDS-CS_2>:<DEBUG>:<LAYER = SCM, EVENT = Expire records from device storage that are expired or older than 0 hours; 0>
<2007-10-16 12:18:56.685 BST>:[23]:<MDS-CS_GBSTABB01_MDS-CS_2>:<DEBUG>:<LAYER = SCM, EVENT = Expire records process ended; 0>
<2007-10-16 12:18:56.701 BST>:[24]:<MDS-CS_GBSTABB01_MDS-CS_2>:<DEBUG>:<LAYER = SCM, EVENT = Refresh users PIN-Email mappings:83>
<2007-10-16 12:18:56.701 BST>:[108]:<MDS-CS_GBSTABB01_MDS-CS_2>:<DEBUG>:<LAYER = SCM, EVENT = Refresh device storage:83>
<2007-10-16 12:18:56.701 BST>:[109]:<MDS-CS_GBSTABB01_MDS-CS_2>:<DEBUG>:<LAYER = SCM, EVENT = Refresh device storage end; time:0>
<2007-10-16 12:18:56.701 BST>:[110]:<MDS-CS_GBSTABB01_MDS-CS_2>:<DEBUG>:<LAYER = SCM, EVENT = Refresh device storage:83>
<2007-10-16 12:18:56.701 BST>:[111]:<MDS-CS_GBSTABB01_MDS-CS_2>:<DEBUG>:<LAYER = SCM, EVENT = Refresh device storage end; time:0>
<2007-10-16 12:18:56.748 BST>:[112]:<MDS-CS_GBSTABB01_MDS-CS_2>:<DEBUG>:<LAYER = SCM, EVENT = Refresh device storage:83>
<2007-10-16 12:18:56.748 BST>:[113]:<MDS-CS_GBSTABB01_MDS-CS_2>:<DEBUG>:<LAYER = SCM, EVENT = Refresh device storage end; time:0>
<2007-10-16 12:18:56.748 BST>:[114]:<MDS-CS_GBSTABB01_MDS-CS_2>:<DEBUG>:<LAYER = SCM, EVENT = Refresh device storage:83>
<2007-10-16 12:18:56.748 BST>:[115]:<MDS-CS_GBSTABB01_MDS-CS_2>:<DEBUG>:<LAYER = SCM, EVENT = Refresh device storage end; time:0>
<2007-10-16 12:18:56.748 BST>:[116]:<MDS-CS_GBSTABB01_MDS-CS_2>:<DEBUG>:<LAYER = SCM, EVENT = Admin. Task- PIN-Email mapping rows: 83>
<2007-10-16 12:18:56.795 BST>:[117]:<MDS-CS_GBSTABB01_MDS-CS_2>:<DEBUG>:<LAYER = SCM, EVENT = Admin. Task- HTTP Proxy Mappings>
<2007-10-16 12:18:56.810 BST>:[118]:<MDS-CS_GBSTABB01_MDS-CS_2>:<DEBUG>:<LAYER = SCM, EVENT = Admin. Task Finished>
<2007-10-16 12:18:56.826 BST>:[119]:<MDS-CS_GBSTABB01_MDS-CS_2>:<DEBUG>:<LAYER = SCM, EVENT = Admin. Task- refresh media management>
<2007-10-16 12:18:56.826 BST>:[120]:<MDS-CS_GBSTABB01_MDS-CS_2>:<DEBUG>:<LAYER = SCM, EVENT = The push service is ready to receive requests>
<2007-10-16 12:18:56.826 BST>:[121]:<MDS-CS_GBSTABB01_MDS-CS_2>:<DEBUG>:<LAYER = SCM, EVENT = Admin. Task- pending push messages>
<2007-10-16 12:19:15.638 BST>:[122]:<MDS-CS_GBSTABB01_MDS-CS_2>:<WARNG>:<LAYER = SCM, EVENT = Cannot load GME compression library>
<2007-10-16 12:19:15.638 BST>:[123]:<MDS-CS_GBSTABB01_MDS-CS_2>:<WARNG>:<LAYER = SCM, EVENT = OS: Windows 2003>
<2007-10-16 12:19:15.638 BST>:[124]:<MDS-CS_GBSTABB01_MDS-CS_2>:<WARNG>:<LAYER = SCM, EVENT = OS Arch: x86>
<2007-10-16 12:19:15.638 BST>:[125]:<MDS-CS_GBSTABB01_MDS-CS_2>:<WARNG>:<LAYER = SCM, EVENT = OS Version: 5.2>
<2007-10-16 12:19:15.670 BST>:[126]:<MDS-CS_GBSTABB01_MDS-CS_2>:<DEBUG>:<LAYER = SCM, EVENT = Available threads in DefaultJobPool = 199 running JobRunner: DefaultJobRunner-0>
<2007-10-16 12:19:15.701 BST>:[127]:<MDS-CS_GBSTABB01_MDS-CS_2>:<DEBUG>:<LAYER = SCM, EVENT = Finished JobRunner: DefaultJobRunner-0, available threads in DefaultJobPool = 200, time spent = 31ms>
<2007-10-16 12:19:15.732 BST>:[128]:<MDS-CS_GBSTABB01_MDS-CS_2>:<DEBUG>:<LAYER = SCM, EVENT = Device connections: AVG latency (msecs)0>
<2007-10-16 12:19:17.170 BST>:[129]:<MDS-CS_GBSTABB01_MDS-CS_2>:<DEBUG>:<LAYER = SCM, EVENT = Available threads in DefaultJobPool = 199 running JobRunner: DefaultJobRunner-2>
<2007-10-16 12:19:28.654 BST>:[130]:<MDS-CS_GBSTABB01_MDS-CS_2>:<DEBUG>:<LAYER = SCM, EVENT = Finished JobRunner: DefaultJobRunner-2, available threads in DefaultJobPool = 200, time spent = 11484ms>
<2007-10-16 12:19:28.670 BST>:[131]:<MDS-CS_GBSTABB01_MDS-CS_2>:<DEBUG>:<LAYER = SCM, EVENT = Device connections: AVG latency (msecs)0>
<2007-10-16 12:19:30.451 BST>:[132]:<MDS-CS_GBSTABB01_MDS-CS_2>:<DEBUG>:<LAYER = SCM, EVENT = Available threads in DefaultJobPool = 199 running JobRunner: DefaultJobRunner-3>
<2007-10-16 12:19:30.623 BST>:[133]:<MDS-CS_GBSTABB01_MDS-CS_2>:<DEBUG>:<LAYER = SCM, EVENT = Finished JobRunner: DefaultJobRunner-3, available threads in DefaultJobPool = 200, time spent = 172ms>
<2007-10-16 12:19:30.639 BST>:[134]:<MDS-CS_GBSTABB01_MDS-CS_2>:<DEBUG>:<LAYER = SCM, EVENT = Device connections: AVG latency (msecs)0>
<2007-10-16 12:19:33.389 BST>:[135]:<MDS-CS_GBSTABB01_MDS-CS_2>:<DEBUG>:<LAYER = SCM, EVENT = Available threads in DefaultJobPool = 199 running JobRunner: DefaultJobRunner-1>
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Don't worry, cracked it. I needed to enable IPPP logging in debug mode. What is the HTTP logging for then? Is there any way to log this nicely without debug logging enabled?
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