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During the initialization process, the software can generate two log files the InitLog.txt file and the <number indicating the order of domain initialization>.log. You must activate the log file creation by removing the parameter globalThreshold="Off" from the NLog.Config file. For more information on how to configure the NLog.config file and activate the log files, see Create and Configure a Log File for Exporting/Importing a Project.

The creation of log files can slow the performance of the software.

InitLog.txt — Contains information about errors that occurred when inserting data into the Domain schema.  The software creates this file in the Smart Instrumentation home folder on completion of the initialization process.  When you initialize another domain in the same database, the software appends the new initialization session details in the file.  If the initialization process completes without any errors, the file only contains information about the database platform and the session date.

<number indicating the order of domain initialization>.log — Contains information about database structure-related problems found during the initialization process.  You should expect a 4.5 MB file to be created as a log file.  The file name comprises the number of the domain and the .log extension.  The number of the domain designates the order of domain initialization in your Smart Instrumentation database.  For example, if you initialize your first domain, the software creates the log file with name 1.LOG.  In the event of any problem occurring during the domain initialization, you must provide this file to the Smart Community Web Site with your request for assistance.

After activating log file creation, if you want to create this file, add the following line of the [Database] section of the INtools.ini file (located in the Smart Instrumentation home folder):