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how to see the application log

Hi All,

When i executed on custmized program i have received the message stating that "see application-log 00000000000000000XXX"for detailed messages, could you please help me how to see this application log.

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Murali.

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    Posted on Apr 02, 2008 at 06:06 AM

    SLG1- transaction code to view application log

    And finally let’s have a look at the real logging, as blessed by SAP. SAP Application Log, transaction SLG1, is the most common way to store messages. Log entries are created and stored using a set of functions. Logs are grouped by log objects and subobjects. For example, you have log group for object PPORDER (production order) and you can further classify logs with production order subobjects HEADER and OPERATION. Those are selections that you use on the initial screen of SLG1, along with others like: free text name / ID, date/time, user name and transaction code.

    When creating a log entry, you can tell the system how long should it be stored before it’s deleted automatically. Unlike in the above case with your own log table, you don’t need a reorganization program.

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    Posted on Apr 02, 2008 at 05:58 AM

    Goto ST22 to see the application log.

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