Target group: Administrators
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To configure the extension, go to Admin Tools > Settings > Extension Configuration and click on the Configure extensions button. Open the jobrouter_process configuration:
Deprecated since version 1.1.0: The configuration of logging is deprecated and will be removed in version 2.0.0. Configure the required log writers in your site package instead.
Log into file¶
If this option is activated, the log output is written to the file
var/log/typo3_jobrouter_process_<hash>.log. It is enabled by default.
Log into table¶
Activate this option to log into the table
tx_jobrouterbase_log. It is
disabled by default.
To display the log entries of this table in the TYPO3 backend, install the extension co-stack/logs.
Using the drop down menu you can select the log level for the activated log options. warning is selected by default.
Encrypt transfer data¶
You should consider activating the encryption of the transfer data as this ensures confidentiality and integrity!
The number of instance starts by days can be visualised by the widget
Instance Starts. By default, 14 days
are shown. This can be overridden in the
of your site package extension (or any other dependent extension):
parameters: jobrouter_process.widget.transfersPerDay.numberOfDays: 14
The instance starts of the last 14 days (including the current day) are taken
into account for the Instance Start Types widget. This can be overridden in the
Configuration/Services.yaml of your site package extension (or any other
parameters: jobrouter_process.widget.typeOfInstanceStarts.numberOfDays: 14
As already mentioned, the current day is also considered. So if you use
1 for the number of days, the widget will only show instance starts from
If logging is necessary to track process instance starts and possible warnings or errors, you can set up log writers depending on your needs.
Example: To log all warnings and higher levels of this extension into a
file, add this snippet to the
ext_localconf.php file of your site
$GLOBALS['TYPO3_CONF_VARS']['LOG']['Brotkrueml']['JobRouterProcess']['writerConfiguration'][\Psr\Log\Level::WARNING] = [ \TYPO3\CMS\Core\Log\Writer\FileWriter::class => [ 'logFileInfix' => 'jobrouter_process' ] ];
The messages are then written to the