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Debug logging level that will prevent ENTERING_MANAGED_PKG appearing in the log

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Currently during unit testing in a development packaging org the log file can be completely consumed with ENTERING_MANAGED_PKG messages regardless of what the logging levels are set to.

With more complicated tests this can consume the entire log until the maximum log sized is reached, making it difficult to retrieve useful logging messages.

Can the ENTERING_MANAGED_PKG message be tied to a logging level (preferably Finest) so it can be excluded from the logs?

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  • Chris Peterson - 3 years ago

    In looking into this idea we discovered a bug where calls to some methods on the System class would generate erroneous ENTERING_MANAGED_PKG log lines. This is now fixed in Spring '18. In addition we're also changd the log level from INFO to FINE so that this doesn't cause the truncation of DEBUG level events.
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