iPhone NSLog messages

Posted on 2010-01-07
Last Modified: 2013-11-24
I have NSLog() messages embedded in the application for error conditions. Acc. to Apple these messages are logged into Apple System log facility. How can I access the facility in iPhone OS to view my applications logging? Is there any tool that does that exactly?
Also does crash logs also have application specific NSLog() messages?
Question by:apple_developer
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    Expert Comment

    Take a look here:

    It should allow to see the log. It looks like an advanced Organizer - there is "Crash Log" too.

    Author Comment

    Thank you , very helpful. I was able to download and install the utility and see the logging. However the my application logging says <Warning> with each message. I am not putting any logging type. How do I control this aspect?

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    Author Comment

    Does same means that the <warning> tag that gets appended with each log message of my application can be controlled by the tool?

    Author Closing Comment

    not sure  how to get rid of warning message

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