Jco trace enabling

Hi Experts,
How to enable Jco trace and SLD connection trace for Portal 7.0 system.
Please let me know the procedure.
Thanks in advance

Hi Daniel,
Please refer below documentation on activating JCO trace in Portals
SAP Library - BC Server Administration
Java Connectivity - Application Server Infrastructure - SCN Wiki
Note 628962 - How to switch on the SAP JCo trace
Regards,
Deepak Kori

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