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In this post, we will cover some more advanced logging topics in TRM, including PE logging, SQL output, user clicks, authentication attempts, and startup logging.

This article describes the basics of TRM's V6 logging in the application server. This includes log file configuration, versioning, location and content.

Right out-of-the box, custom processing engine tasks may be created without having to write new Java components. These tasks are application components that implement common functionalities. There are several base processing engine tasks that are also based on these common tasks. Built-in processing engine tasks are limited in scope and functionality to what they’re capable of and cannot be extended or changed.

Processing Engine Extension represents mapping of customized processing engine tasks, properties, and dependencies whose purpose is to change or extend the processing flow of base processing engine capabilities defined in the base definition files. The purpose of this functionality is to allow for flexibility while maintaining the core product, or at least the processing engine configurations, unchanged.

"It will not do to leave a live dragon out of your plans if you live near one." ~ The Hobbit

No matter what you do, no matter how long you prepare, your plan will begin to slowly, or not so slowly, unravel before your eyes.  Plans fail, that is the one constant you can actually plan for.  

What in the world do you mean?  Agile is a spotlight?  That's ridiculous.  It's all about daily stand up meetings, burndown charts, cards on walls, and other fun stuff like that, right?  If I do those things, I am Agile, right?  


Come on, doing all of that stuff has to count for something!!!

OK, fair enough, it actually counts for a lot.  It shows commitment to the process and a desire to make the life of your project less painful over the long haul.

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