One of the down sides of data integrity checks, or a DIC as I like to call them, is that they can take a long time to run. Some larger databases can take hours, which is fine because you can continue working or walk away since it is going to just pop up with a nice report when it's done.
But oops, my workstation was set to print directly to the printer. The DIC is done, but instead of a nice report on my screen, Sage 300 is asking what printer to print to. I'm not going to print a 100 page report just to review it once and I don't want to run the DIC again. Is there something I can do? Yes!
The DIC creates a text version of this report and saves it to the Sage 300 shared data directory. To access this file, simply locate your Sage 300 shared data directory by going to Help -> System Information. Using Windows File Explorer, navigate to this path, then the COMPANY folder, followed by the folder where the name matches the database ID where you ran the DIC. Contained within, there should be a file called ERRORS.LOG. This file will be a full copy of the report you'd have received when the DIC was complete.
Not only does this save you grief if you missed the DIC report from Sage 300, but I actually prefer to read the report this way. Considering a great deal of the report is "0 Error(s) found", having it in text format allows you to quickly scroll through it.