I need to open a support case. How can I do it?
To open a support case, go to the Support Portal and follow these steps
- Type in a short description of your problem.
- Review the suggestions that appear based on your description, previous support cases, knowledge base entries and public forums. If none of the recommendations is applicable, click Create Case. The description of you case should already be filled in but you may adjust if necessary.
- Describe your problem. Include all the details you can. This will help technical support pinpoint your problem more accurately and speed up the case resolution. If you know the cause, include it and any kind of troubleshooting that has already been done.
- Attach the logs of the problem. Go to ervice Center and select Monitoring -> Error/General/Screen/Integrations and export them to Excel. The type of logs required may vary with the problem. For example, a web service error may require error logs and integration logs only. Select the timeframe of the problem.
- Replicate the issue in a new module and attach it if possible.
- Attach any other relevant information such as your module, screen shots, videos or error logs. If you have several files to attach, send them in a zipped or compressed file.
- Select the type of problem that best applies to your case. If none is applicable, select Other and describe the type of problem.
- Select the severity of the problem. Please take into consideration the Severity Levels when selecting yours.
Note: If you selected severity Urgent or Critical after submitting the request please get in contact with our technical support through phone so our team can help you immediately.
- Select the impact of the reported problem.
- Select from the infrastructure list the one where the problem is occurring.
- Select the Platform Version. You can determine the platform version in Lifetime or Service Studio.
- Select the type of environment
- Add additional emails (separated by comma) that will receive updates on the case.
- Click Create Case
If your problem is urgent or critical, after submitting the request, call technical support so our team can help you immediately.
A final note
The faster the problem is found and replicated, the easier it will be to solve. Therefore, completeness and correctness of information is critical to quick resolution.