When you run the DITA-OT, key information is logged on the screen. This information can also be written to a log file. If you encounter a problem, you can analyze this information to determine the source of the problem and then take action to resolve it.
- dita command
- By default, only warning and error messages are written to the screen. If you use the -v option, logging will be more verbose and informative messages are also written out. The -l option can be used to write the log messages into a file.
- By default, status information is written to the screen. If you issue the -l parameter, the build runs silently and the information is written to a log file with the name and location that you specified. (You also can use other Ant loggers; see the Ant documentation for more information.)
- Command-line tool
- Status information is written to the screen and the log file. The log file name contains the input file name and transformation type; by default, it is located in the output directory. If you issue the /logdir parameter, you can specify a different location for where the log file is written.