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    Reading JDE Debug logs. What tools do you use?

    Hi folks,

    What E1 3rd party tools do you use to make sense of an E1 jdedebug.log?

    I use LogWb and am trying to use JDETrace but I get a format error

    What do you guys use?

    Thanks

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    jde trace or notepad++ when i need to do searches for things
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    Quote Originally Posted by nkuebelbeck View Post
    jde trace or notepad++ when i need to do searches for things
    Any idea what the format error is about in JDE Trace? It's a jdedeblog, sO I don't understand the issue
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    Not third party. Performance Workbench from Oracle is a pretty good tool. As its name implies its really good at helping to track down performance issues. Also, not a log analyzer but Ultraedit. Really good text editor that handles very large files really well, bookmarks, column mode (quickly cut and past side-by-side to see why P4210's F4211FSEditLine call works and mine doesn't) and other features make it a great tool for working with debug logs.
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    John, can you attach the log file? I'll see why you are getting the format error. Sometimes things change with TR and host type

    IMHO JDETrace is useful for seeing the BSFN calls in a hierarchy and having all the SQL (especially for JAS logs where parameters are not in the SQL). The JDECache viewer can be great if you do that sort of stuff. Log truncate, global tables clear, Julian date converter, cache clear. It will also flag gaps between log messages which can indicate a long running statement. Just a bunch of stuff I need to do on a daily basis. I use it with Notepad++ if I need to see the nitty gritty log details (There is an Open As Text option from the Session menu).

    It is not made for tracing a 2GB debug log from a UBE. Though, when I get the time …

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    Quote Originally Posted by johndanter View Post
    Any idea what the format error is about in JDE Trace? It's a jdedeblog, sO I don't understand the issue
    I've seen this before but it's when the log files empty
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    Many thanks.

    It's 500 KB I think but I can't seem to upload it here. Maybe too big
    Last edited by johndanter; 12-19-2019 at 05:05 AM.
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    Here it is
    Attached Files Attached Files
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    Thanks John,

    I don't have any trouble reading the files. Perhaps download the latest beta version.

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    Ok
    Many thanks for taking the time to have a look.

    Have a good xmas
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