However you contact us, please try to include the information below, if you have it. The more information you can give, the better Micro Focus SupportLine can help you. But if you don't know all the answers, or you think some are irrelevant to your problem, please give whatever information you have.
On Windows, if you are reporting a protection violation you might be asked to provide a dump ( .dmp) file. To produce a dump file you use the Unexpected Error dialog box that is displayed when a protection violation occurs. Unless requested by Micro Focus SupportLine, leave the dump setting as Normal (recommended), click Dump, then specify a location and name for the dump file. Once the dump file has been written you can email it to Micro Focus SupportLine.
Alternatively, you might be asked to provide a log file created by the Consolidated Tracing Facility (CTF) - a tracing infrastructure that enables you to quickly and easily produce diagnostic information detailing the operation of a number of Micro Focus software components.
On Windows, you can use the Micro Focus SupportLine Support Scan Utility, MFSupportInfo, to create either:
MFSupportInfo.exe is stored in <install-dir>\bin.
To run MFSupportInfo:
This prompts to save the .log file, MFSupportInfo_Log_MachineName_YYYY-MM-DD_HH-MM-SS.log, in the %temp% directory.
This creates a .zip archive, MFSupportInfo_Log_MachineName_YYYY-MM-DD_HH-MM-SS.zip, in the %temp% directory.
The following requires an Internet connection and an Email client:
If the machine is not connected to the Internet or if there are no Email clients installed, copy either the .log file or the .zip archive to a machine that is connected to the Internet. Use your Email client to email the files to Micro Focus SupportLine at email@example.com together with the Support Incident (SI) number, if available, and any additional details that might be useful to diagnose the issues that you are experiencing.