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What is an infolog in AX?
An infolog is a separate window that pops up in AX when an error occurs. Now, infologs aren't just used for errors. They are used to communicate many different messages. Sometimes you may see a warning message, or even a message of successful transaction in an infolog. There are three different types of infologs. They are:
As you may have guessed, information infologs are the ones that let you know that a transaction has successfully posted or that you have switched companies. A warning infolog is just that - a warning letting you know that whatever you just did might cause an issue. And an error infolog is the one that makes everyone crazy. We are all familiar with those!
The anatomy of an infolog
Typically, your infologs will have two windows. One with information and a blank one. There are also buttons that give options to clear the infolog and close it as well.
|Typical infolog in AX|
If you click on the words in the top box, you can read them more legibly in the bottom window and an "Edit" button will appear at the bottom with the clear and close buttons:
|Click on the words in the top window to view the entire message in the bottom window.|