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  • 1.  Resource PC Listener Logs

    Posted 08-10-2022 17:04
    Hi,

    Is there a way we can save listener logs in text files in real time?

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    Manish Kumar
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  • 2.  RE: Resource PC Listener Logs

    Posted 08-18-2022 18:15
    Hello Manish,

    Are you referring to the logs presented below?




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    Alexsander De Oliveira
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  • 3.  RE: Resource PC Listener Logs

    Posted 08-19-2022 03:08
    Hi Alexsander,

    Thanks for your response. Yes, you are correct. I'm looking for the same.




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    Manish Kumar
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  • 4.  RE: Resource PC Listener Logs

    Posted 08-19-2022 06:45
    Hi @Manish Kumar

    I found this article in the bpdocs. I think that this is what you are looking for:

    https://bpdocs.blueprism.com/bp-6-8/en-us/frmLogExport.htm


    Hope this helps you!

    See you in the Community, bye :)​

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    Pablo Sarabia
    Solution Manager & Architect
    Altamira Assets Management
    Madrid
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  • 5.  RE: Resource PC Listener Logs

    Posted 08-19-2022 07:06
    Thanks @Pablo Sarabia for help.

    Unfortunately I'm not looking for session logs.
    I'm looking for Resorce PC logs. Refer image shared by Alexsander.
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    Manish Kumar
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  • 6.  RE: Resource PC Listener Logs

    Posted 08-19-2022 07:54
    Hi @Manish Kumar

    Yeah, sorry, I miss the screen shot.

    This kind of log are stored directly in the Windows Event Viewer​



    As you can see, in the general part you have the same message as on the console.

    The event viewer is really simple to use. My recommendation is to create a view for all the Blue Prism event.

    For this, on the tab "Windows Log" (on the left), select "Create Custom View". In the pop up that appears, selecct "By log" and in the drop down select "Blue Prism"



    Now, with the custome view is easier to export this to txt file. You can achieve this directly by using the cmd. Here you haven an article that explain this

    https://michlstechblog.info/blog/windows-export-eventlog-from-command-line/


    Hope this helps you!

    See you in the Community, bye :)

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    Pablo Sarabia
    Solution Manager & Architect
    Altamira Assets Management
    Madrid
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  • 7.  RE: Resource PC Listener Logs

    Posted 08-22-2022 04:07
    Thanks, @Pablo Sarabia for your help.
    Let me try the steps shared.


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    Manish Kumar
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  • 8.  RE: Resource PC Listener Logs

    Posted 09-29-2022 08:44
    Hi @Pablo Sarabia,

    I tried to monitor Blue Prism event logs for a few days. It appears that not all Resource PC logs are being captured or there is a difference in messages stored in event logs.
    Any other suggestions to capture Resource PC logs?
    Appreciate your help and responses 🙂

    Regards,

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    Manish Kumar
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