CSP Gateway Configuration Guide - InterSystems Documentation


CSP Gateway Configuration Guide - InterSystems Documentation

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Record incoming HTTP request data.The HTTP headers and posted content (where applicable)

are recorded. (Does not record info for levels 1–7.) This log directive can be further extended

and refined.

• v9r: In addition to logging all HTTP requests, record all HTTP responses.

• v9a: Record all HTTP requests to http.log in the Gateway home directory.

• v9b: Record all HTTP requests on a per-session basis. Log files of the form

http[session_id].log is created in the Gateway home directory, where session_id is the 10-

Byte session ID.

• v9m: Log all multi-part posts in the Gateway home directory. The raw incoming HTTP

request are recorded together with the individual components in both their encoded and

decoded form.


Sessions: Record information about the management of session tokens:

• The point at which new session IDs are allocated.

• For existing sessions: an indication as to whether the session token was extracted from

a cookie or the form/URL variable CSPCHD.

• For all requests: the final session ID transmitted to Caché.



Connections: Record information about connections made using the Kerberos Library


Instruct the Gateway to record all CCONNECT functions called, the input parameters, and

results. For the sake of brevity, the content of the input and output buffers to and from Caché

are not recorded at this level. Set a log level of C (upper-case C) to record, in addition to the

CCONNECT function calls, the contents of the input and output buffers.

Transmission: Record the contents of the raw data buffers as they are dispatched to Caché.

Raising the log level further to T (uppercase T) results in the raw response buffers being

captured too. All non printable characters are recorded in their escaped form.

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