Logging in SharePoint is performed by default in the "root folder/LOGS", and tracks unexpected events and errors when they occur.

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When uploading files to SharePoint via Windows Explorer, is there a way to write into a log the errors encountered?

The scenario is users will be manually uploading a lot of their files to SharePoint via Windows Explorer, and we need to be able to identify the files that failed to be uploaded (it may be due to long ...
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How to uniquely identify rows in the RequestUsage view in WSS_Logging?

I am working on a DWH-solution for the WSS RequestUsage log and I need to uniquely identify each row in the RequestUsage view. There is a RowId with guid, but it does not seem to be unique, as you can ...
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Writing to log but not showing up in ULS

I have a SharePoint 2010 solution which deploys some custom controls to the ControlTemplates directory (via mapped folder) and a site scoped feature with a feature receiver class that makes some ...
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How to do custom trace in production / QA environment?

My sharepoint site is in production/ QA so now i need to do some trace activity to find the logs. Instead of using log file i need ot have seperate trace. what king of approach i need to use to achive ...
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How to configure (or what should be the mimimum) the log to bare mimimum?

The log is growing crazy. Someone configured it to log everything and it's growing to 3 GB a day. What is the bare minimum logging I should have so that it does not grow as big yet serves the purpose. ...
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Setup an item level auditing for a sharepoint document library

I would like to setup an item level auditing (Opening or viewing or downloading) for a SharePoint 2007 document library without enabling audit for the entire site-collection. This link may help us ...