Where is the GLVerifyBalances.log


(Ben Huang) #1

I tried to find the GLVerifyBalances.log on the Server. I went to C:\EpicorData\Companies[CompanyHame]\Processes[UserNam], and I found the folder is empty. Anyone knows where it is and how to find it?

Thanks.


(Calvin Krusen) #2

Use the ‘Server File Download’ program

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In the Server File Download window, click the Select file(1), then the file in the list(2)

Or to see where they are stored look at (3). Not that the C: drive listed here is on the App server


(Ben Huang) #3

Thank you for your information. My problem is that I can log in the server and have access to the folder but I can not find the file under the folder. The folder on the App server is empty.


(Calvin Krusen) #4

Use the System Monitor to confirm it completed successfully.


(Ben Huang) #5

Calvin, Thank you very much for your help. This has been a while but I still have not solved it. I can log to the Server. I looked through all the subfolders under C:\EpicorData\Users, but I can not find it. The screenshot below indicates there is one generated on 10/2/2018. Any suggestion?


(Calvin Krusen) #6

After submitting the process, verify it succeeded, by looking at it in the SysMonitor
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I can see the file in the EpicorData\Users\manager folder on the App Server

If you don’t have direct access to that location, use the 'Server File Download’ program (mentioned in post # 2)


(Calvin Krusen) #7

After a second look at your screen shot, I’d say that I’m a bit worried that your path only shows “Server:” And not drive letter and path.

Not sure exactly where that drive & path is set (if it’s even something the user has control over)

Here’s mine:

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(Ben Huang) #8

I can access all the folders and files on the Server. Is it always located under Manager? Thanks a lot.


(Calvin Krusen) #9

no. “manager” is the user id tied to my login.

Go to the C:\epicordata folder, and search for “*.log” that should show any log file.

I’d expect you to find it in c:\EpicorData\Users\<your_E10_userID>


(Ben Huang) #10

Thanks, Calvin.