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Hi

I use an external MSSQL for logging, but the C:\Program Files\Softerra\Adaxes 3\Service\LogDB\AdaxesLog.db3 keeps growing.

As I can understand, logging are done both to the external and internal database.

If Adaxes is configured to use an external database for logging information, log records are stored in both the local (SQLite) and the external databases. If you switch back to the local database, no logging information will be lost.

So just to be certain abaout this logging thing, I have some questions.

If I set the "Keep records in the built-in database" setting to 90 days:
A) Will log entries older than 90 days still be present in the external database ?
B) Will I be able to see/seach log entries older than 90 days in the Adaxes Console ?

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Hello,

A) Will log entries older than 90 days still be present in the external database ?

Yes.

B) Will I be able to see/seach log entries older than 90 days in the Adaxes Console ?

Yes.

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