Logging - Trace Level
This MacroView DMF setting can be used to help record and/or diagnose functionality problems. If this setting is enabled MacroView DMF will write trace messages in text files named ‘ErrorTraceddmmmyyyy.txt’ to:
There is one trace file stored per day.
There are three levels available:
- Exception (default – least verbose)
- Information (most verbose)
If Information level logging is enabled a warning message is displayed in the system tray when DMF is started.
Logging - Trace Files
Clicking this button will navigate you to the folder containing the trace files.
Logging - Clear Trace Files
Clicking this button deletes the error trace files.
Profile Settings – Backup and restore your user options
You can click the Export Settings button to save a local copy of your MacroView DMF settings. You can then import your previously exported settings by clicking the Import Settings button. This has been enhanced to include the contents of the Store folder in the MacroView DMF area of the profile. A useful tool for backing up your Favorites.
Profile Settings – Licensing
You can force a license refresh by clicking on the Refresh Licenses button. Any new license changes, including plug-ins, will then be available for use.
Store Folder Preferences
Select a backup Location where your Recents, favorites and other personal configuration files are stored.
Central Configuration Location
Select a location in SharePoint or a Fileshare where DMF will pull down configuration settings from each time it is restarted. If no central configuration location is set DMF will use the configuration files stored under the user’s profile.
Click Refresh Configuration Data to pick up any changes that have been made to the files in the central configuration location.