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Old 05-19-2016, 05:16 AM
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Default Where is log for syntax errors?

Running a Syntax check against a new Task Flow gets a popup:

The syntax of the task flow contains errors. For more detailed information see the log.


Where can I find and read this log?

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Old 05-23-2016, 08:25 AM
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Running a Syntax check against a new Task Flow gets a popup:

The syntax of the task flow contains errors. For more detailed information see the log.


Where can I find and read this log?

thanks
Either the Error List under Supervisor or Go To -> Error List along the top. This will give the error and location (i.e. unknown object on line 99). From there you can export your taskflow via Tools->Taskflow Script in Task Flow Editor, then check the offending line to determine the error.
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