When ActiveX/Java Uploader is utilized in non-Internet Explorer browsers (Firefox, Safari, and etc.), it uses java applet as a client-side application. Java applets provide a feature which is very useful when it is necessary to get additional information about some problem: special console where the applet can trace various debug information. This topic describes how to get information from the Java console.
After you open Java console, use ActiveX/Java Uploader to reproduce the problem. Debug information will be automatically dumped into the console.
You can set the trace level - the parameter that determines how much debug information should be displayed. This value can be a number from
1 (brief) through
5 (most verbose).
To select a trace level, just type a number from
5 in the console.
Other console commands are displayed in the beginning of the console output. Moreover, you can display this list of commands by typing
h in the console.
ActiveX/Java Uploader writes various information into the console. Some information makes sense for developers only, but some information can be useful for you as well, for instance:
If you create a support case, the console output may help to find out the reason of the problem and its resolution.