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I'm working with MavensMate v0.0.11-beta7 and using Salesforce API v.38 in configuration. I would like to get Debug Logs from Salesforce with MavensMate in order to open the files with Sublime Text.

I have Started Logging with MavensMate as it can be observed in the image:

enter image description here After that new trace flag is created in Salesforce.

Now my problem is how can be the Debug Logs downloaded. I have created the folder [my_project_folder]/debug/logs and I have follow this previous post in StackExchange (link) but with my version of MAvensMate I don't have the options of "Fetch Logs".

This question is not the same like the question linked in the previous paragraph because "Fetch Logs" option is not present in my Mavensmate version and debug logs aren't downloaded in a automatic way. So, how can I pull to get the logs via Mavensmate?

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  • If this gets closed as off topic or you do not get an answer the official support is located here: github.com/joeferraro/MavensMate/issues – Eric Feb 5 '17 at 18:59
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    Why would you want that? MavensMate doesn't handle logs very well, IMO. I use MavensMate and always have the Dev. Console open in a browser tab if I need the logs. I recommend you to use this as well. – Renato Oliveira Feb 5 '17 at 19:16
  • Thanks Renato but I prefer to review my code and see logs in the same place (Sublime). Is easy to switch between tabs. I dont want to open Developer Console just to see Logs and review my code and do other things in Sublime – murcix Feb 5 '17 at 19:27
  • @murcix - Given that you like everything in one place, give Illuminated cloud and IntelliJ a try. Not sure if that is something you are willing to try by switching to that or any other IDE would provide you a much better experience IMHO. With IC you can even debug and step through your logs for a given transaction which takes it to a whole new level... – Eric Feb 5 '17 at 19:47
  • @RenatoOliveira - In a DE environment having the dev console open to listen for logs consumes a lot of API calls and you could easily be locked out of the org for 24 hours (external tools) until the API limit is reset.... – Eric Feb 5 '17 at 19:49
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Streaming debug logs are currently not operational on v37.0 of the Salesforce API. Use 36.0 if you require debug logs.

Source: Releases · joeferraro/MavensMate-Desktop · GitHub

  • I'm using API version38 – murcix Feb 5 '17 at 22:52
  • Can you check to see if using API version 36 resolves your issue? – Jason Walke Feb 5 '17 at 22:56
  • With API 36 is working. Since I'm using Global Picklist I can't use API 36, that's the reason because I'm asking using 38. – murcix Feb 5 '17 at 23:02

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