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Log files

Last updated September 20, 2017 by Tekla User Assistance tekla.documentation@trimble.com

Software version: 
2017

Log files

Log files

Tekla Structures writes information to log files when you, for example, number a model or save a model.

Tip:

All log files are located in the current modelmodel that is active in Tekla Structures

The current model can be a single-user model, a shared model or a working model.

folder.

File

Description

analysis.log

Tekla Structures stores information in this file when you run the analysis. The file also contains information on the errors that occurred during load distribution.

check_database.log

Tekla Structures stores information in this file when you run the Repair command in File menu > Diagnose & repair > Model.

ClashCheck.log

Contains clashes found in the most recent clash check.

conflict.log

Contains conflicts that have occurred in the multi-user mode when more than a one user has modified an object.

drawing_cloning.log

Contains information on cloned drawings.

drawing_history.log

Contains information on drawing history. Use the advanced option XS_DRAWING_HISTORY_LOG_TYPE to define the contents of the file.

dstv_nc.log

Each time you create NC files, Tekla Structures stores information in this file about the processed assemblies.

filetranerror.log

Used only for cold rolled components, such as Albion, Ayrshire, and Hispan. If the File Transfer components do not work as expected, Tekla Structures stores error messages in this file.

numberinghistory.txt

Contains full details of each numbering session carried out on the model. Each session is in a different block of the file.

save_history.log

Tekla Structures stores information in this file each time you save a model.

TeklaStructures.log

Contains information on the entire Tekla Structures session from opening the model to closing it. The file contains, for example, errors and information on which catalogs were used.

wizard.log

Tekla Structures stores information in this file when you run a drawing rule set (wizard) file. The file contains, for example, errors and number of drawings created.

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