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Documentation for Ice 3.4. The latest release is Ice 3.7. Refer to the space directory for other releases.

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Ice.Warn.AMICallback

Synopsis

Ice.Warn.AMICallback=num

Description

If num is set to a value larger than zero, warnings are printed if an AMI callback raises an exception. The default value is 1.

Ice.Warn.Connections

Synopsis

Ice.Warn.Connections=num

Description

If num is set to a value larger than zero, Ice applications print warning messages for certain exceptional conditions in connections. The default value is 0.

Ice.Warn.Datagrams

Synopsis

Ice.Warn.Datagrams=num

Description

If num is set to a value larger than zero, a server prints a warning message if it receives a datagram that exceeds the server's receive buffer size. (Note that this condition is not detected by all UDP implementations — some implementations silently drop received datagrams that are too large.) The default value is 0.

Ice.Warn.Dispatch

Synopsis

Ice.Warn.Dispatch=num

Description

If num is set to a value larger than zero, Ice applications print warning messages for certain exceptions that are raised while an incoming request is dispatched.

Warning levels:

0

No warnings.

1

Print warnings for unexpected Ice::LocalException, Ice::UserException, C++ exceptions, and Java run-time exceptions (default).

2

Like 1, but also issue warnings for Ice::ObjectNotExistException, Ice::FacetNotExistException, and Ice::OperationNotExistException.

Ice.Warn.Endpoints

Synopsis

Ice.Warn.Endpoints=num

Description

If num is set to a value larger than zero, a warning is printed if a stringified proxy contains an endpoint that cannot be parsed. (For example, stringified proxies containing SSL endpoints cause this warning in versions of Ice that do not support SSL.) The default value is 1.

Ice.Warn.UnknownProperties

Synopsis

Ice.Warn.UnknownProperties=num

Description

If num is set to a value larger than zero, the Ice run time prints a warning about unknown properties for object adapters and proxies. The default value is 1.

Ice.Warn.UnusedProperties

Synopsis

Ice.Warn.UnusedProperties=num

Description

If num is set to a value larger than zero, the Ice run time prints a warning during communicator destruction about properties that were set but not read. This warning is useful for detecting mis-spelled properties, such as Filesystem.MaxFilSize. The default value is 0.

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