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Determining if BRP encountered an error

Determining if BRP encountered an error

This article explains the process of determining the final status of a BRP run and how to determine what, if any, errors were encountered along the way.

Problem:

We need to determine if the BRP run completed successfully, and if there were any errors encountered. How is this done?

Resolution:

Under the BRP folder is a folder named “Reports”. In this folder are all the logs from the Batch Refresh Process. The naming convention for the log files includes a timestamp, the part of BRP being logged, the word log, and have a txt extension. The log file that has data from the entire run is (Timestamp)BRP Log.txt. This is the log you can use to check if there were any errors in a given BRP run. This file records any fatal errors encountered along the way and records the final status of the BRP run.

Incident Number: 2422599

Old KB# 14936

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