Logs location E-Business Suite
                                                 Last update (2008-03-02 21:39:55)
                                                                                                                   Date added (2008-03-02 21:36:34)

Summary
In Oracle E-Business Suite the main thing is to know where the location of log files is, so that you can start troubleshooting quickly.
Installation Log file
Database log files $ORACLE_HOME/appsutil/log/CONTEXT_NAME/
Applications log files $APPL_TOP/admin/CONTEXT_NAME/log/

Cloning Log file
perl adcfgclone.pl dbTier $ORACLE_HOME(9i)/appsutil/log/CONTEXT_NAME/ApplyDBTier_TIMESTAMP.log
perl adcfgclone.pl appsTier $APPL_TOP/admin/CONTEXT_NAME/log/ApplyAppsTier_TIMESTAMP.log

Autoconfig log files
Application Tier $APPL_TOP>/admin/CONTEXT_NAME/log/MMDDhhmm
Database Tier $/appsutil/log/CONTEXT_NAME/mmddhhmm

Rolling back autoconfig configuration files
Application Tier $APPL_TOP/admin//out/
Database Tier $ORACLE_HOME/appsutil/out//

Apache/Jserv configuration files
jserv.properties $APACHE_TOP/Jserv/etc/
jserv.conf $APACHE_TOP/Jserv/etc/
zone.properties $APACHE_TOP/Jserv/etc/
httpd.conf $APACHE_TOP/Apache/conf/
httpds.conf $APACHE_TOP/Apache/conf/
oracle_apache.conf $APACHE_TOP/Apache/conf/
apps.conf $APACHE_TOP/Apache/conf/

Apache/Jserv Logs
error_log $APACHE_TOP/Apache/logs/
access_log $APACHE_TOP/Apache/logs/
mod_jserv.log $APACHE_TOP/Jserv/logs/
jserv.log $APACHE_TOP/Jserv/logs/

Forms Server
When starting forms server we can specify a log file name.
Examples:
WIN/NT
f60srv32 log=c:tempf60srv.log
Unix
f60ctl start log=/temp/f60srv.log
f45ctl start port=9000 log=/temp/forms.log

Adodfcmp
adodfcmp.log $/admin/odf/
or
$PROD_TOP/patch//odf/

fdfcmp/fndfvgn/gndmdgen
L.req $APPL_TOP/admin or $APPL_TOP/install/log,

User Exits
userexit.log User exits from forms generate log file under directory from where the forms server is
started if variable FDUDEBUG is set to ON

Concurrent Manager
Concurrent Manager w.mgr Two methods to see concurrent manager logs
Directly from Oracle Applications:
System Administrator responsability
Navigator: Concurrent =>
Requests,
choose a request ...
menu: Special => Manager Log
OR

Navigator: Concurrent =>
Manager => Administer,
button Processes (Concurrent Processes window)
=> button Manager Log

Retrieve Manager log files under:
$FND_TOP/$APPLLOG
or if you have defined common directory :
$APPLCSF/$APPLLOG

Internal Manager
Internal Manager .mgr
(mgrname which figures
in startmgr file is 'std' by
default) Two methods to see internal manager log:
Directly from Oracle Applications:
System Administrator responsability
Navigator:
Concurrent =>
Manager =>
Administer, button Processes (Concurrent Processes window) =>
button Internal Manager Log

Retrieve Internal Manager log file under:
$FND_TOP/$APPLLOG
or if you have defined common directory :
$APPLCSF/$APPLLOG

Concurrent Program logs
Concurrent Program logs l.req Two methods to see concurrent program logs:

Directly from Oracle Applications:
System Administrator responsability (for own and other users requests) :
Navigator: Concurrent =>
Requests, button View Log...

Other responsabilities (for own requests), menus could be different:
Navigator: Requests, button View Log...
Navigator: Other => Requests, button View Log...
Navigator: Other => Requests => View, button View Log...
Navigator: Control => Requests => View, button View Log...

Retrieve Concurrent Program log files under:
$PROD_TOP/$APPLLOG
or if you have defined common directory :
$APPLCSF/$APPLLOG
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