Script logs in GP can give you a lot of useful information when developing, especially when coding in Dexterity or VS Tools. I most commonly use them when trying to determine parameters for native Dex procedures and functions. They also help when trying to code against third party ISV products. Microsoft sometimes asks you to run one and send to them for certain Tech Support calls as well.
A Script.log is basically a log file of the Dexterity code that runs when you perform a specific task. There are 2 common ways to create one.
1) The “old” way
Log out of GP and change the Dex.ini switch ScriptDebugger=TRUE.
Then log back into GP and there will be a DEBUG menu in the toolbar.
Go to the spot in GP right before where you want to start logging.
Click Debug/Log Script.
Perform the task
Stop the logging by clicking on debug/Log Scripts again.
The log file will be in the GP install Data Folder and be named script.log.
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