FDMEE: Where Are The Logs For FDMEE


What are the logs for FDMEE and where are they stored?

 

When providing logs for support please ensure you have set the logging level to 5. This can be done inside FDMEE in the System Settings.

 

11.1.2.3

1) ERPIntegrator0.log

Stored under: \Oracle\Middleware\user_projects\domains\domain\servers\ErpIntergrator0\logs

Often referred to as the FDMEE or ERPI log

 

2) Process Log  (<EPM Application Name>_<processid>.log)

Stored under: FDMEE Root Folder\Outbox\Logs  (to see the location of the Root Folder please check the System Settings or Application Settings within FDMEE)

This log can also be seen from with FDMEE on the Process Details screen. Check the Show Log option for the process

 

3) ODI Agent Log

Stored under: \Oracle\Middleware/user_projects/domains/EPMSystem/servers/ErpIntegrator0/logs/oracledi

 

11.1.2.4

1) aif-webapp.log

Stored under: \Oracle\Middleware\user_projects\domains\domain\servers\ErpIntergrator0\logs

 

2) Process Log  (<EPM Application Name>_<processid>.log)

Stored under: FDMEE Root Folder\Outbox\Logs  (to see the location of the Root Folder please check the System Settings or Application Settings within FDMEE)

This log can also be seen from with FDMEE on the Process Details screen. Check the Show Log option for the process

 

3) ODI Agent Log

Stored under: \Oracle\Middleware/user_projects/domains/EPMSystem/servers/ErpIntegrator0/logs/oracledi

Thanks,

~KKT~

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Hyperion Planning – Steps to Clear the EPM Oracle Instance Temporary Directories


This document is to provide information and recommendations on clearing the TMP and CACHE directories.

Each time an import or export occurs, Planning generates temporary files which are placed in the EPM Oracle Instance tmp directory. These files are not deleted, and over time, they can build up and affect performance. Oracle recommends that you periodically clear the EPM Oracle Instance tmp directory.

This is also recommended after upgrades and patches are applied.

Clearing the TMP directory may help resolve issues similar to the following:

  • Blank page while accessing Planning directly: (http://plan_server:8300/HyperionPlanning/)
  • Blank page while opening Planning Administration from within WorkSpace
  • “Internal Server Error” while opening Calculation Manager from within Workspace

 

Please follow the steps below to clear the temporary files and folders:

1. Shutdown EPM services.

2. On Foundation Server delete folders:
%MIDDLEWARE_HOME%\user_projects\domains\EPMSystem\servers\CalcMgr0\logs\cache
%MIDDLEWARE_HOME%\user_projects\domains\EPMSystem\servers\CalcMgr0\logs\tmp
%MIDDLEWARE_HOME%\user_projects\domains\EPMSystem\servers\Foundation0\logs\cache
%MIDDLEWARE_HOME%\user_projects\domains\EPMSystem\servers\Foundation0\logs\tmp

3. On Planning Server delete folders:
%MIDDLEWARE_HOME%\user_projects\domains\EPMSystem\servers\Planning0\logs\cache
%MIDDLEWARE_HOME%\user_projects\domains\EPMSystem\servers\Planning0\logs\tmp

Or
\Oracle\Middleware\User_projects\domains\EPMSystem\Servers\Planning0\Cache

\Oracle\Middleware\User_projects\domains\EPMSystem\Servers\Planning0\tmp
4. Restart EPM services.
5. Clear browser cache and retest.

Thanks,

~KKT~

Essbase Auditing Feature To Report Users Currently Logged Into The System


Does Essbase have an auditing feature to report on the users currently logged into the system?

The Generate Log Charts/Log Analyzer feature on EAS can be used to generate a chart based on the Essbase log entries.

To enable Log Analyzer:

1.  In EAS, right click on the Essbase Server and select “Generate log charts”.
2.  Right click on the Essbase server once again and now select “View” -> Log Charts.
3.  There will be a dropdown for View by Filter and select the value “Logged users”.
4.  Click on the refresh button to refresh the entries displayed.

Other options to retrieve user login details:

1.  Check the Essbase log files for login information.
2.  Use the GETUSERINFO command via ESSCMD to retrieve the last login information.
3.  The LISTLOGINS command in Esscmd will provide a listing of currently logged in users.

In the essbase.cfg file setting PERSISTUSERATLOGIN TRUE adds the user to the security file, and tracks user information (such as the time the user last logged into Essbase) and named connections.
Thanks,
~KKT~