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Log records are written and saved when the function is executed. They provide information about the execution of the mass processing functions. If no log record exists, the function was executed without any problems. The log records are assigned to the order or the collective order.


The following applies:

  • You can display the log for the last execution of mass processing. To do this, select an object and choose   Mass processing   Log of Last MP.  

  • The Log display function in mass processing provides you with the logs for all other mass processing functions. To use this function, you select the object in question and start the log display (see Executing Mass Processing Online ). The log for this object appears. If no mass processing functions were selected, all logs for the selected object are displayed.

  • When a mass processing function is executed immediately, the most serious error level that arises for the objects being processed is displayed in the form of a symbol in the Message type field. By double-clicking the Message type field, you can branch to the log display.

    Note Note

    If a mass processing function is not immediately executed, the logs cannot be automatically provided. In this case, you must explicitly select the logs for the object using the mass processing function Log display .

    For technical reasons, the system cannot write a log for planned order conversion to the database. Therefore, the logs can only be displayed in the same process (mode) in which the conversion took place.

    Logs cannot be displayed if you have activated parallel processing. (See Setting Up Parallel Processing )

    For batch jobs, a log is only generated in the spool if you have not implemented parallel processing.

    End of the note.
Log display

The log display consists of

  • An upper section

    It contains a structure that represents the selected objects with the executed functions.

  • A lower section

    The individual messages are shown here. The messages are read in by double-clicking an object.

Using profile settings, you can adapt the display and sort function to meet your requirements and save this as a user-specific profile.