Since Salesforce added limit on how much debug logs can be generated in Salesforce, we started to receive errors when you open Developer Console or while trying to add another trace flags.
Deleting page by page is time consuming and annoying. Fortunately there is an easier and faster way to do this. You can use Data Loader to export debug logs and delete them all at once.
You can query Apex Debug Log (ApexLog) object export Id. Make sure to check Show all Salesforce objects checkbox.
And then just run delete to delete all Apex Logs.
Here I will show how to make lightning web component available to be used as Utility Bar Item.
First create new Lightning Web Component.
sfdx force:lightning:component:create --type lwc --componentname UtilityBarExample --outputdir force-app\main\default\lwc
Open meta configuration XML file utilityBarExample.js-meta.xml and change it – add targets lightning__UtilityBar and lightning__AppPage and change
isExposed to true, so the file looks like this:
Create Scratch org if you don’t have one (quick command that uses default config and 30 duration day for Scratch org):
sfdx force:org:create -f config\project-scratch-def.json --setalias LightningWebComponents --durationdays 30 --setdefaultusername --json --loglevel fatal
Push code to your scratch org:
sfdx force:source:push --json --loglevel fatal
Go to Setup –> Apps –> App Manager.
Select the app that you want to add Utility Item to and select Edit. Then go to Utility Items and add Utility Item.
You should be able to see your custom component in the list of available components.Now you can add this Lightning Web Component in Utility Bar.