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Once you have selected the criteria and the type of log, click on the Reread system log button on the application tool bar. The system will display in columns the log messages. Figure 10 15 shows an example.
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Figure 10 15: System log report. You can get additional information about any of the log entries by double clicking on them or by selecting them and clicking on the Details icon. You can use the R/3 scrolling icons to display the summary information of the report on the first page. On the last page of the report, the system displays a table of contents for the report. Often you will see that the User field in the report is empty. This normally indicates system messages, such as startup or shutdown, operation mode switches, buffer resets, rollbacks, and so forth.
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The column titled MNo in the log report shows the log message codes, which are associated with a type of log event. Most of these codes have associated documentation explaining the cause of the log and, in case of errors, the possible cause of the error. To see this information, first double click on a log entry to display the detail screen. In this screen, you can see the documentation for message codes. You can also display the short text documentation for the message code, by selecting the See system log doc. from the application toolbar. There is not always log documentation available. You can also instruct the system to ignore certain codes by selecting Edit Ignore messages from the menu. When you perform this function, the next time you request the log report, the system will not display messages with the ignored code. When you select the Ignore message function, the system will include that code on the inclusion/exclusion screen. This screen can only be managed from the expert mode. The system log expert mode is discussed later in this chapter.
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Within the system log display, the Environment menu provides some useful information about the system logging functions. The options are Display SAPPARAM. Use this function to get the system profile parameters directly related to the logging process. Notice that all logging parameters are prefixed by rslg. Show authorizations. Select this option to display the needed authorizations for managing the system log, as you can see in Fig. 10 16.
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Figure 10 16: System log related authorizations. Clocks. Shows the system clocks used for setting time stamps in the message logs. This is a useful function in distributed environments to test whether the different application servers have their clocks synchronized. Process status. Use this function to display the current state of the system log's send processes.
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Using the System Log Expert Mode
The system log includes two modes for log analysis: normal and expert. The normal mode is the default and standard one. To switch to expert mode you must explicitly select it by choosing Edit Expert mode from the menu. When selecting expert mode, there are additional selection options. First of all, the system log selection screen presents two additional push buttons: Attributes and Message IDs. By selecting Attributes, the system displays a new dialog box, where you can enter additional selection criteria (expert selections). These additional fields are mainly intended for use by SAP specialists when doing more extensive troubleshooting. In this dialog box, you can further restrict log events by programs, program classes (K, S, T, W, X), positions on file segments, development classes, and so on. For additional information on these selection fields, please refer to the SAP online documentation. The other expert option, Message IDs, can be used to exclude certain message codes from displaying in the log report. These are the same system log message codes which can be used in the CCMS monitors to trigger log alerts. To display or even download a list of available system log messages, run the ABAP report RSLG0011.
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