Local log level configuration lets you to specify custom log levels for a given parser or reader. This gives you a high degree of control over how log levels should be resolved.
For example, imagine the secondary log level "3". Some systems might see "3" as an Error while others see it as Debug. You can use a local log level to ensure the correct meaning based on the parser type used for the file. Local log levels take precedence over global log levels.
Local log levels are specific to a named parser configuration. If your target parser configuration does not have a reference name defined, it will not be available for local log level configuration. Application settings must be saved after changing or adding a parser configuration reference name.
You can add or modify a Local Log Level by using the Local Level Mapping dialog.
Changes made to local log levels will require a log file refresh.