You can use the Script Logger as a debugging tool. For example, you can use it to ascertain whether a specific script has run, or to find out what parameters were passed to a function or procedure.
You can also use the Script Logger when optimizing the performance of your application. For example, if some operation seems to be particularly slow, you can use the Script Logger to list all scripts that were run to perform the operation. You then have a list of the scripts to target for optimization.
If your application integrates with Microsoft Dynamics GP, you can use the Script Logger to list which scripts are run when a particular operation occurs in the accounting system, such as posting. Simply run Microsoft Dynamics GP in test mode and start the Script Logger before performing the operation in question. The script log allows you to see what is happening in the accounting system without having to look at source code.