View Error/Warning/Display messages from a MCR standalone

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My lab uses a standalone matlab executable created using the MCR. Under certain circumstances, users of the program will encounter an error but the only indication of the error is a "bell" sound and the attempted action will not be performed.
Is there some sort of log or display that I can access to see what error/warning/output has occurred with the "bell" sound so that I can help to troubleshoot in the source code?
Thank you, Connor

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Sudhanshu Bhatt
Sudhanshu Bhatt on 28 Oct 2015
Hi Connor Ferguson,
I understand that your colleagues are facing issues while executing a stand-alone executable created by MATLAB.
Can you provide more information on how are your colleagues executing the stand-alone application? Also, whether the platform is Windows/Mac/Linux?
It is possible to see the error message (if generated) when the executable is run from the Windows command prompt or Terminal in Mac/Linux.
Steps to do that are mentioned below:
  1. Step 1: Navigate to the directory where the stand-alone executable is present
  2. *Step 2:*Execute the stand-alone application and if it fails the error message/log can be seen on the command prompt/Terminal
If this does not resolve your issue, please create a Technical Support Request by visiting the link below:
Thanks
Sudhanshu Bhatt
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Connor Ferguson
Connor Ferguson on 3 Nov 2015
Thank you so much for taking the time to post this answer Sudhanshu, I have tried this method and it seems to be exactly what I was looking for. This was a huge help, hopefully we can solve our problems now.

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