According to the documentation at http://pic.dhe.ibm.com/infocenter/cosinfoc/v12r4/index.jsp?topic=%2Filog.odms.ide.help%2Frefdotnetopl%2Fhtml%2FF_ILOG_CP_CP_IntParam_LogVerbosity.htm about the values of the IloCP::LogVerbosity parameter:
"Mode IloCP::Quiet does not display any information, the other modes display progressively more information"
However, the output for the three LogVerbosity modes IloCP::Quiet, IloCP::Terse, IloCP::Normal, and IloCP::Verbose looks pretty much the same, the only noticeable difference is the line "LogVerbosity = <current mode>" at the beginning.
So is there a case when the output is different for distinct LogVerbosity modes other than IloCP::Quiet or do they have the same effect?
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Re: Difference between LogVerbosity modes2013-03-01T14:01:59Z in response to SystemAdminHello Victor,
In the definition
IloCP::Quiet < IloCP::Terse < IloCP::Normal < IloCP::Verbose
Actually, the current use is
PropagationLog = IloCP::Quiet
Don't display anything
PropagationLog >= IloCP::Normal
Display propagation information (according to the specified LogPeriod)
This is true for the more recent version (12.5) and can change in another version (as mentioned in the documentation).
I hope this clarifies,