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JohnCHill
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How can I tell if a script I’m running is producing errors?

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12-07-2012 08:50 AM

How can I tell if a script I’m running is producing errors?



John Hill
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Autodesk, Inc.

From the Administration Menu, choose Setup and click on the Script tab.  Look for the script you are questioning and click the Edit icon to the right.  Once the script opens, look to the bottom of the script and you will see an exclamation mark stating that “The script has encountered errors while running” with a “View Log” link.  Click on the View Log link and you will see the error log.  This log will give you the date and time of the error, the user name, log details and the associated dmsID where the error took place.

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JohnCHill
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Re: How can I tell if a script I’m running is producing errors?

12-07-2012 08:51 AM in reply to: JohnCHill

From the Administration Menu, choose Setup and click on the Script tab.  Look for the script you are questioning and click the Edit icon to the right.  Once the script opens, look to the bottom of the script and you will see an exclamation mark stating that “The script has encountered errors while running” with a “View Log” link.  Click on the View Log link and you will see the error log.  This log will give you the date and time of the error, the user name, log details and the associated dmsID where the error took place.



John Hill
Support Specialist
Product Support
Autodesk, Inc.
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