First of all, when using the qvw:s used for the ScalabilityTools you need to allow any macro. If macros are not allowed that might explain why the meta.csv is not created.
For the jmeter logfile, unless that format is edited manually in jmeter it should output a .txt file in the JmeterExecutions folder. The format should be like this: MyTest_Server01_[50-500--1]_140424144758.txt
It sounds to me that the csv mentioned is in fact the performance counters (serverlogs) as they are fetched from the Data Collector Set folder from the server. Their format is like Server01_Processes20140401-000162.csv
In short, you need to copy the performance counters from the server to the ServerLogs folder. Then copy the jmeter file from the JmeterExecutions to the JmeterLogs folder. The ServerMetaFetcher.qvw should then be run and the ServerInfo.xml file that is generated should be put in the Folderstructure used for the analyzer (same level as JMeterLogs and Serverlogs folders). After this the QVD:s can be generated and then results can be analyzed.
Hope that helps