|Command||tcl.log-msg Verb: Access/TCL
Applicable release versions: AP
|Description||records the time and date that a particular macro is executed. The log entry is placed into the "dm,errors," file. This command is executed by the "power-off" process.
This verb can be used within a macro, for example, to note when the macro was executed.
log-msg application event sort errors by date page 1 errors 07:31:34 02 Oct 1991 errors.... date. time. r mode-addr........... user error......... 867553651 10/01 14:54 Coldstart after dm (0) log-msg abnormal shutdown 867625376 10/02 07:02 Coldstart after dm (0) log-msg normal shutdown 867626224 10/02 07:17 application event dm (1) log-msg  3 items listed out of 3 items. Legend: "errors" is the system-generated job number (item-id) for this item. "date" is the date that this error was logged. "time" is the time that this error was logged. "r" is the register address (0 - f) which triggered the error condition (e.g. forward link zero, referencing illegal frame aborts, etc.) "mode-addr" is the description of the error, or address of the program when it generated the error. "user (pib)" is the user-id who was running the process along with the port.number. "error" is the process which caused this error message to be placed in the log.