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Empty file calcmgrlaunch.log

nnnia Newbie
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Hi, All

 

In version 11.1.2.1 we could check calcmgrlaunch.log which was equivalent to the hbrlauch.log

 

 

But in version 11.1.2.3 there are no entries about completed calculations in the file.

Path: Oracle\Middleware\user_projects\epmsystem1\diagnostics\logs\planning\calcmgrlaunch.log

 

 

For this version, there is another log file? Or we need to configure the log level?

 

 

Any help in this is appriciated.

  • 1. Re: Empty file calcmgrlaunch.log
    Sree Menon Explorer
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    Since the launching is done in the Plannig module, I have requested someone from Planning team to reply.

    In the mean time, you may want to enter this in the Planning forum.

    -Sree Menon

  • 2. Re: Empty file calcmgrlaunch.log
    Sree Menon Explorer
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    ·         Planning PS3 application properties are documented in the Planning admin guide – a summary is on pages 37-38 of the PDF: http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E40248_01/epm.1112/planning_admin.pdf

     

     

    ·         Planning PS3 docs: http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E40248_01/nav/portal_5.htm

     

     

    ·         PS3 Installation and Configuration Troubleshooting Guide with information on ODL: http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E40248_01/nav/portal_1.htm, http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E40248_01/epm.1112/epm_troubleshooting.pdf

     

     

    ·         Planning admin guide topic that mentions ODL: 

     

    Setting Business Rules Launch Logging Properties

    You can set application properties to enable logging when Calculation Manager business rules

    are launched.

    Note: The logging levels specified in the ODL logging.xml file determine the level of messages

    that will be written to the logs. For information about ODL message types and logging

    levels, see the Oracle Enterprise Performance Management System Installation and

    Configuration Troubleshooting Guide.

     

    These are the application properties that can be set to enable logging:

    l BUSINESS_RULE_LAUNCH_LOG_ENABLED: Enables logging when Calculation Manager

    business rules are run and checks whether the next two properties are set to true. The default

    setting for this property is false.

    l BUSINESS_RULE_LAUNCH_LOG_RTP_VALUES: If set to true, runtime prompt values are

    1. logged. The default setting for this property is false.

    -          BUSINESS_RULE_LAUNCH_LOG_CALC_SCRIPT: If set to true, the calculation script sent to

    Essbase is logged. The default setting for this property is false.

    To set Calculation Manager business rules launch logging properties:

    1 Select Administration, then Application, and then Properties.

    2 Select Application Properties to set properties and values for a Planning application.

    3 Add the property by clicking Add, entering the property in the blank row, and entering a value (True or

    False) in Property Value:

    -          BUSINESS_RULE_LAUNCH_LOG_ENABLED

    -          BUSINESS_RULE_LAUNCH_LOG_RTP_VALUES

    -          BUSINESS_RULE_LAUNCH_LOG_CALC_SCRIPT

    4 Click Save and confirm your changes.

    When these properties are set to enable logging, you will see the following files written to the log

    file directory:

    -          The Planning_CalcLaunch.log file logs information about start and stop times for the

    business rule launch, the user, runtime prompt values, and the calculation script.

    -          The Planning_CalcExecution.log file logs other exceptions that occur during

    execution of a business rule.

    -          The Planning_CalcDeploy.log file logs errors that occur during rule deployment.

  • 3. Re: Empty file calcmgrlaunch.log
    nnnia Newbie
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    Thanks for the response SreeMenon!

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