Configuration problem settings
Use this page to identify and view problems that exist in the current configuration. To view this console page, click Troubleshooting > Configuration Problems in the console navigation tree.
Configuration document validation
Use these fields to specify the level of validation to perform on configuration documents.
- Select Maximum: Validate all documents turns on validation for all documents, regardless of whether or not they are extracted, and regardless of the relationships between the documents.
- Select High: Validate extracted, parent, and local sibling documents turns on validation for extracted documents and their parent documents, and turns on validation for the sibling documents of the documents which have been extracted. For example, if High validation is selected, and if the server.xml document is extracted, when performing validation, validation is performed on the three documents: server.xml, node.xml, and cell.xml. and on the two sibling documents variables.xml and resources.xml within the server1 directory.
- Select Medium: Validate extracted and parent documents turns on validation for the documents which have been extracted by the user interface, and also turns on validation of the parent documents of the documents which have been extracted. For example, using the previous partial directory structure, if Medium validation is selected, and if the server.xml document is extracted, when performing validation, validation is performed on all three of the documents server.xml, node.xml, and cell.xml.
- Select Low: Validate extracted documents turns on validation for just those documents which have been extracted by the user interface.
- Select None: Do not validate documents disables validation. No configuration documents are validated.
Enable Cross Validation
Enables cross validation of configuration documents. Enabling cross validation enables comparison of configuration documents for conflicting settings.
To view a configuration problem, click Configuration Validation in the console navigation tree, then select the type of configuration to view.
Displays current configuration problem error messages. Click a message for detailed information about the problem.
Sorts the configuration problem list by the configuration file where each error occurs. Click a message for detailed information about the problem.
Displays the message returned from the validator.
A brief explanation of the problem.
Recommended action to correct the problem.
Identifies the configuration object where the validation error occurred.
Indicates the severity of the configuration error. There are three possible values for severity.
- This means that there is a problem with the configuration that might cause partial or complete failure of server function. This is the most severe warning.
- This means that there is a problem with the configuration that might cause a failure of server function, or that might cause the server to function in an unexpected manner.
- A setting of the configuration that is unexpected and noteworthy, which requires customer notification. Information is used when the configuration has a value which is probably okay, but should be double checked by the administrator. This is the least crucial level of severity.
Local URI of the configuration file where the error occurred.
Full URI of the configuration file where the error occurred.
The classname of the validator reporting the problem.
- Runtime events
Use the Runtime event pages of the console to view the events published by application server classes.
- Message details
Use the Message Details panel of the console to view detailed information about errors, warnings, and informational messages.
Diagnosing problems (using diagnosis tools)
Runtime events Message details