Reset and logging

Also this has been mentioned before. But we think it is important enough to say it again.
Keep in mind that resetting a node will not revert requests you have sent. This is especially important for requests that modify data on the server.

To allow you to keep track of potentially large transactions, we have installed a separate logger that will record all requests and responses immediately when they are sent or received. By default, the logger is inactive. It can be activated on the main preferences page by checking the Log request and response content check box.

REST logger settings

You then have to enter a directory where the logger should create the log file in. Since the logged representations might get quite large the logger is configured to start start a new log file every day. A file will only created if you have actually executed a submitter node.

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