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    Sachin Jain
    How can I see the detail about the application errors?
    Topic posted October 4, 2016 by Sachin JainSpecialist, last edited October 7, 2016 by eleepHero 
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    Title:
    How can I see the detail about the application errors?
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    Hi All,

    I get notification that application error has occurred but how can I see the detail about the application errors?

    Open is greyed out.

    With regards,

    Sachin

     

    Edited by eleep to have a more specific subject title.

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    • Barrilito

      Hi Sachin,

      As per documentation, look here.

      Regards.

    • Sachin Jain

      Hi Barrilito,

      It's Application error and in error log stating no log file found. Do I need to configure log file before using it.

      with regards

      Sachin

    • Barrilito

      Hi Sachin,

      You are talking about the OSC console, correct?

      Perhaps share a screenshot of the error in the full context of your screen and tell us when it occurs.

      Not all errors show up in the log, but it should be the first place to look.

      Regards.

    • Barrilito

      Hi Sachin,

      Any updates on this?
      Regards.

    • Diego Richards

      Errors raised either by the SQL Server Database Engine or the RAISERROR statement are not part of a result set. Errors are returned to applications through an error-handling mechanism that is separate from the processing of result sets.

      Each database application programming interface (API) has a set of functions, interfaces, methods, objects, or structures through which they return errors and messages. Each API function or method typically returns a status code indicating the success of that operation. If the status is anything other than success, the application can call the error functions, methods, or objects to retrieve the error information.

      The Database Engine can return information to the caller in one of two ways:

      1.    Errors

      o    The errors from sys.messages with a severity of 11 or higher.

      o    Any RAISERROR statement with a severity of 11 or higher.

      2.    Messages

      o    The output of the PRINT statement.

      o    The output of several DBCC statements.

      o    The errors from sys.messages with a severity of 10 or lower.

      o    Any RAISERROR statement with a severity of 10 or lower.

       

       

      To check the application event log for errors

      1. Open Event Viewer: Click Start, point to All Programs, point to Administrative Tools, and then click Event Viewer.
      2. In Event Viewer, in the console tree, click Application. In the details pane, make sure that there are no errors reported in the application event log that indicate the restore was unsuccessful.
      3. If you notice any events that disclose an error, double-click the event to open the Event Properties, and then read the description of the event.
      4. Research and resolve errors or inconsistencies as soon as possible.  
      5. After you have checked for errors, close Event Viewer
      6. To fix this error you can read the complete details here: https://documentation.custhelp.com/euf/assets/docs/august2016/olh/wwhelp/wwhimpl/common/html/wwhelp.htm#href=t_Open_log_files_bi1134072.html&single=true

      If you get other error like "Resolved ORA-00205: Error in identifying Control file, check alert log for more info" follow the link.

    • Barrilito

      Hi Diego / Sachin,

      As Sachin never got back on the issue / clarification of the problem or sharing some screenshots I don't have a clue what the problem is about. So adding new answers to this question perhaps has not that much use.

      Sachin, can you either continue this post please or close it if it became irrelevant. Thanks!

      Regards

    • Sachin Jain

      Hi All,

      Still working to get more detail on the application error in Service Cloud. Adding screen shot for more details.

      with regards

      Sachin