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Today for the first time I got the Logger hooked up and got some output... output from the surrounding environment, but not output from my own DBGPRINTF calls. A sample is below. Every event I see is at level 4. What level will my own DBGPRINTFs appear at? Do I have any control over that?

Is there something I need to do to "enable" DBGPRINTF calls within my own code?

Thanks,
Ken

BREW Logger Version 3.0.0.12 FileLogging Thread Started

TimeStamp Message FileName Line # Sev. Qty Drop Count Total Messages

02/10/05 11:09:09.838166 C_ID 200 P_ID 1014 Pol 3 wF 0x00000006 *dbgprintf* 181 4 1 3459 28770080

02/10/05 11:09:09.840000 END Key Pressed *dbgprintf* 185 4 1 3504 28770080

02/10/05 11:09:09.903166 WakeClose ALL *dbgprintf* 189 4 1 3504 28770080

02/10/05 11:09:12.624083 App_Free(1009ff0) *dbgprintf* 209 4 1 3539 28770080

02/10/05 11:09:12.644999 App_Cleanup(1009ff0) *dbgprintf* 213 4 1 3539 28770080

02/10/05 11:09:13.339083 App_Close (1010eb7) - NO RESUME *dbgprintf* 217 4 1 3563 28770080

02/10/05 11:09:16.717249 App_Close (1009ff0) - NO RESUME *dbgprintf* 193 4 1 3602 28770080

02/10/05 11:09:16.739083 #*gCL=16818160 *dbgprintf* 197 4 1 3602 28770080

02/10/05 11:09:20.419083 ** Return to OEM *dbgprintf* 225 4 1 3657 28770080

02/10/05 11:09:35.449083 App_Free(1010eb7) *dbgprintf* 229 4 1 3881 28770080

It could be that part of your code with DBGPRINTF was not executed, another thing to consider - some phones are having problems with outputting DBGPRINTFs (some of the lgvx6000's if I remember right).

It could be that part of your code with DBGPRINTF was not executed, another thing to consider - some phones are having problems with outputting DBGPRINTFs (some of the lgvx6000's if I remember right).

Yep, mine is a VX 6000. Well, now that I have this problem, what can I do about it?
Ken

Yep, mine is a VX 6000. Well, now that I have this problem, what can I do about it?
Ken

Well, that means that you have to debug like the Nokia 3589i's :)
Basically, you have to instead write the DBGPRINTF statements to a file.
Read this post .
HTH

Well, that means that you have to debug like the Nokia 3589i's :)
Basically, you have to instead write the DBGPRINTF statements to a file.
Read this post .
HTH