XHTML_Input_Filter meaning in log on 5.6.2 CF4

Hello, we upgraded Streamserve SDK to 5.6.2 CF4 that put a fix on log level 2.
We have always used level 2 which showed us errors, warnings and calls to individual print jobs.
Now with the CF4, level 2 really only shows warning and errors and if there are none it shows nothing.
With level 3 we can see process calls again but it also shows other information that I didn't see before, such as a huge list of:
XHTML_Input_Filter: starts the analysis
XHTML_Input_Filter: Finished successfully
So I was wondering what that command means and what it was for. In the official documentation I didn't find anything (but maybe I didn't find it useful to look well).
Thanks
regards

Comments

  • This is not the correct forum for your question. I believe you should post it here:

    https://forums.opentext.com/forums/categories/communications-center-enterprise

    Jeff F.
    Customer Support Engineer I
    OpenText
  • @jfranken said:
    This is not the correct forum for your question. I believe you should post it here:

    https://forums.opentext.com/forums/categories/communications-center-enterprise

    Hello, when i try to open that forum i got an error:
    Permission Problem
    You don't have permission to do that.

    How i can solve it?
    thanks

  • edited August 15

    Hi, I sent a message to the team that supports the forums requesting assistance. Also, if you scroll down, you will see a section at the bottom of the page labeled "Self-Service Support". In that section is a link to "Live Chat". If you go on chat and ask the Customer Service Representative why you can't access the link "https://forums.opentext.com/forums/categories/communications-center-enterprise", they might be able to give you immediate access. Another option is to open a support ticket if you have a support contract. Use the "My Tickets" link at the top of this page.

    Jeff F.
    Customer Support Engineer I
    OpenText
  • Hi again, the support team let me know that while this forum is open to guests, the forum you are unable to access requires a support login which is given to customers with support contracts.

    I did a search of the forums and found this:

    Here is how log levels are handled:
    old log level      new log level
    
    0                         severe (0)
    
    1                         error (1)
    
    2 - 3                    warning (2)
    
    4 - 8                    info (3)
    
    9                          debug (4)
    
    10 -                     debug vebose (99)
    
    
    Therefore, if you specify 9 in your scripting, it will come out as Debug (4).
    

    Please keep in mind that I have never seen this product and I don't even know if this applies to the software you are running.

    Jeff F.
    Customer Support Engineer I
    OpenText
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