Reviewing the credit card import log file

The credit card import tool creates a log file each time the tool runs. You must check the log file. In case of any error, take appropriate action to make the credit card transactions available to the users in the Infor ER application.

Example of a warning message:

28-May-2007 7:11:14 PM> Began AMEX 1205 Import

28-May-2007 7:11:16 PM> -- WARNING 1003: Credit Card

#3787-000000-91006 has been added to the database

28-May-2007 7:11:16 PM> but it is not assigned to a user. The card must be assigned to a user

28-May-2007 7:11:16 PM> using the System Administration Tool.

28-May-2007 7:11:16 PM> Finished AMEX 1205 Import

The log file is written to the directory and is indicated in the command line parameter. See Configuring the credit card import tool.

If the specified log file already exists, the log file is renamed with the SVn extension. The 'n' indicates a number from 0 through 9, and up to ten versions of the log file are automatically saved. The most recent log file has the extension SV0 and the oldest has the extension SV9.

If the import tool runs every day, we recommend that the name of the log file be different for each run, preferably with the date included in the title.

Note: Each log file includes Began and Finished messages. If the Finished message is not displayed, the import is interrupted in between. Run the log file again.