View a log file
You can select how Tekla Structures displays the log files. Also, if parts or assemblies are listed in a log file, you can check the parts or assemblies in the model by selecting them in the log file.
- Open the model whose log history you want view.
File menu, click
Logs and select a log file you want to see.
Clash Check history log (ClashCheck.log)
Session history log (TeklaStructures_<user>.log)
Numbering history log (numberinghistory.txt)
Saving history log (save_history.log)
Drawing history log (drawing_history.log)
Analysis history log (analysis.log)
Usage data log (UserFeedbackLog.txt)
You can view the log file either in Tekla Structures log viewer, or in a viewer that has been associated with the file type, for example, in Microsoft Notepad.
To view the log file in the log viewer, in View with Tekla Structures log viewerselect
To view the log file in an associated viewer, View with default application.select
The UserFeedbackLog.txt log file can be viewed only in associated viewer, not in the log viewer.
the log file contains information about parts or assemblies, you can check the
parts or assemblies in the model. In the log file, select a row which contains a
part or an assembly.
Parts and assemblies have the prefix
Tekla Structures highlights the part in the model. If there are several parts or assemblies on a row and you select that row, Tekla Structures highlights all the parts in the model. You can also select parts on different rows.
You can access a part’s or an assembly’s pop-up menu from the log file by right-clicking a row that contains a part or an assembly. Tekla Structures displays the same pop-up menu as when you right-click a part or an assembly in the model.