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When you're in contact with the iteraplan customer support team, we might ask you to provide additional information besides the problem description. Sometimes we will ask you to execute an database SQL script to gain more insights or to fix the problem.

This page has some details how you can help us to solve the problem quickly.


To help us identify the problem, please add the log files from the Tomcat and iteraplan instance to the support ticket. Of course you can (and should) restrict the logfile content to the time when the problem occurred in iteraplan.

  • Tomcat log files: catalina.out, localhost.log and localhost_access_log.[TIMESTAMP].txt
    Typical location in the file system: Path to the Tomcat application and in the folder "logs"
  • iteraplan log files: Either iteraplan-[version].log (for today) or iteraplan-[version].log.[TIMESTAMP] (for past days)
    Typical location in the file system: This is set on the installation, often the logs in the Tomcat "logs" folder

The exact location of the iteraplan logs is specified during installation, it can be found in the file

System Info Report

The System Info report provides detailed information about the system configuration of iteraplan. It can be created and downloaded via the GUI.

  • On the start screen, click on Administration and System 
  • Click on CREATE REPORT
  • Download the ZIP archive 
  • Add it to the support ticket 

Execute SQL Scripts

When the SQL Console is activated in your iteraplan instance, it is possible to execute database SQL scripts directly from the GUI. To activate the feature, see here. Afterwards you can execute the script which the support crew have sent you. 

Do not use the SQL Console unless you are instructed by the iteraplan support to do so - or know what you do. By using this console all data in iteraplan might be altered or lost irreversible.

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