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Database formats available in Kiwi Syslog Server

When you add an action to log messages to a database, you can choose any of the following standard database formats:

  • Microsoft Access
  • Microsoft SQL
  • MySQL
  • Oracle

You can also create a custom database format.

The following sections describe the table columns used to store message field values. If you choose to create the table manually before you add a Log to Database action, use the table design for the selected database type.

Default Microsoft Access database table design

Field Name Type Size
Date MSGDATE Date 10
Time MSGTIME Time 8
Priority MSGPRIORITY Text 30
Hostname MSGHOSTNAME Text 255
Message text MSGTEXT Memo 1024

Default Microsoft SQL and generic SQL database table design

Field Name Type Size
Date MSGDATE Date 10
Time MSGTIME Time 8
Priority MSGPRIORITY VarChar 30
Hostname MSGHOSTNAME VarChar 255
Message text MSGTEXT VarChar 1024

Default MySQL database table design

Field Name Type Size
Date MSGDATE Date 10
Time MSGTIME Time 8
Priority MSGPRIORITY VarChar 30
Hostname MSGHOSTNAME VarChar 255
Message text MSGTEXT Text 1024

Default Oracle database table design

Field Name Type Size
Date MSGDATE Date 10
Time MSGTIME Time 8
Priority MSGPRIORITY VarChar2 30
Hostname MSGHOSTNAME VarChar2 255
Message text MSGTEXT VarChar2 1024
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