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I'm writing C# code to send a SubmitQueueEntry message to Bambi. I'm doing an HTTP POST with mime/multipart, and sending the JMF as the first part, the JDF as the second part, and a PDF file as the third part. I'm getting different errors back from Bambi via HTTP as I try to get this working, but the error text isn't particularly informative. I find myself looking at the Bambi source code to find the error text, and then looking around different functions in that source code to try to figure out what's going wrong. This isn't producing great results. I notice a lot of log.info() and log.error() calls in the Bambi source code. If I could see this "log" of info and error messages, I think that would be extremely useful. Is there a way for me to see the log? I haven't been able to figure out what happens when these log functions are called.
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      It should be a rolling file with a base name "bambi.log" somewhere in the tree 

      <userdir>/CIP4Tools where <userdir> is the system dependent user directory, e.g. Users/<yourname> on Mac.

       

      It shows the directory on the main panel:

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