Yes you should be able to view process log from the form that you're in and it will give any errors that are causing the target and actual process numbers to not be in sync. There is a corresponding logfile to each manager in the $APPLCSF/$APPLLOG directory.
You can always check Log file of ICM which preety much writes down everything/all the activities related to other concurrent managers in its own logfile.
If you see any difference in ACTUAL/TARGET values then there might be entries in ICM for the same on to what caused perticular concurrent manager's actual/target values go different.
Let me know if this helps you.
There is a corresponding logfile to each manager in the $APPLCSF/$APPLLOG directory.
I only see three types of log files in $APPLCSF/$APPLLOG directory. Which one belongs to "Service Manager"?
You can always check Log file of ICM
Do ICM log files the same as $APPLCSF/$APPLLOG directory?
Login to Apps User and source environment file
cd $APPLCSF/$APPLLOG ls -lrt *$TWO_TASK*
- Internal Concurrent Manager Log:_MMDD.mgr
Here you can see other list of log files which are related to concurrent mangers.The name conversation for the concurrent manger log files are
- Standard manager log: w.mgr
- Transaction manager log: t.mgr
- Conflict Resolution manager log: c.mgr
Thanks, but how about the "Service Manager"? This is the one that gets actual <> target often
What is its log file name?
The Service Manager (FNDSM) Log will be in $APPLCSF/$APPLLOG with the format FNDSM<XXXX>.mgr
Hope this helps!!!
Thanks Narsi and ALL!