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Installation log files created when installing or upgrading Control Manager (TMCM)

    • Updated:
    • 21 Dec 2017
    • Product/Version:
    • Control Manager 7.0
    • Platform:
    • Windows 2003 Enterprise Server
    • Windows 2003 Standard Server Edition
    • Windows 2008 Enterprise
    • Windows 2008 Standard

When TMCM software is installed, it creates a list of installation logs. These logs are crucial since, aside from confirming the correct and stable setup of the product, they also document the details of the selected settings during the product setup.


The TMCM installation program creates the following logs in the C: drive of the TMCM server:

TMCM_Install.logThis is the main log created every time the installation program is used. It records the major setup operations, such as checking the system status, creating and manipulating database entries, copying program files and updating registry entries.
tmi_install.logThis records the TMI-related operations during installation.
ccgi_install.logThis log records the operations related to some of the web console pages implemented in Common CGI (ccgi) during installation.
ReportInstall.logThis log records the operations performed by the InstallShield program when installing runtime files for Crystal Reports.
RedAlertTamLoader.logThis log records CCGIRedAlert-related operations during installation.
CreateTable.sqlThis log records the SQL statements executed when the Control Manager database is being created.
config.logThis log records the dbconfig related operation during installation.
TmPatch.logThis contains a full history of the patch, service pack, and hot fix installations.
dbschema.exe.logIt contains the SQL queries executed by the dbschema.exe. This allows a user to trace the schema creation.

The destination of the installation logs is hard-coded in the program. If no C:\ drive exists on the target server, the logs will not be generated.

In this case, substitute the drive letter "C:\" for a directory of your choice on the TMCM server. You can use the following command:

SUBST C:\ D:\temp

After TMCM installation, you can delete the previously-substituted drive letter with the following command:


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