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How can I log all SQL queries to a file?

Is there a logging configuration enabling the logging of all SQL queries issued by OpenERP to a file?

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Martin
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Do you specifically not want to do this in the database?

good question... It sometimes happen that I have access to the openerp config, but not as easily to the postgresql config (need to file a request to a DBA...), so something on the openerp side is preferred.

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OpenERP does not provide a mechanism specifically to log SQL queries, but it has a generic logging feature. By adding --log-level=debug_sql to the command line used to launch OpenERP it will print the normal debugging messages + the sql commands. You can redirect that output to a file if you want.

You could also configure PostgreSQL to log the queries. I would personally prefer that solution if the goal is to optimize the database usage.

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my immediate goat is tracing a change, without installing the audit_trail addon. But I left the question generic since there are many cases in which this can be useful.

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Fabien Pinckaers (fp)
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You can use the new auto-track feature of v7. Check _track on the object or the track_visibility attribute on fields. Example on Opportunities; if you change the value of some fields: responsible, expected revenue... it's automatically logged in open chatter (and user can follow some actions)

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Xinwen Li
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but where is the _track or track_visibility attibute?how to set them?