Working with flowchart log files

Each flowchart has its own log file, named CampaignName_CampaignCode_ FlowchartName.log. By default, flowchart log files are saved in Campaign_home/partitions/partition_name/logs.


  1. Open a flowchart for editing.
  2. Open the Log options menu . The options that are available depend on your permissions:
    • View log: Each flowchart has its own log file, which records events during each flowchart and process run. You can analyze the log file to determine how a flowchart is performing and troubleshoot errors.
    • Logging options: Open the Logging options dialog. You can select which Severity levels to include in the log: Information, Warning, Error, Debug. You can also select which categories of Events get logged. For example: Memory allocation, File operations (open, read, write, etc.), Process run, Cell level operations, and so on. You can also specify whether to include the process ID in log entries.
    • Enable logging: Check or clear this box to turn logging on or off for the current flowchart.
    • Clear log: Remove all existing entries in the log file. To back up the log file before clearing it, open it for viewing and copy the contents to another file.
    • Change log path: Specify a different location for the current flowchart log.
  3. If the log file contains too much information (or not enough), use Logging options to adjust the severity level and event categories, then do a test run of a process and reexamine the log file. When you are done, revert to the default logging level to avoid performance issues.


The selected options apply only to the flowchart that is being edited. The selected options do not persist beyond the current session. The next time a user edits the flowchart, the logging options revert to the default settings.