Logging is always on. You can't turn it off.
> 2. Are there performance constraints logging to a ODBC/SQL Server
> table vs. writing to a text file?
Not really. Its such a minimal overhead, I really doubt it would
cause a problem. Besides, the logging is for the exceptions. If
you are having that many exceptions, you probably have more problems
that just the logging.
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