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icon5.gif   Parsing log files, posted by Alan Grant on Fri Jan 8 05:48:45 2021 
    icon1.gif   Re: Parsing log files, posted by John on Fri Jan 8 06:14:49 2021 
       icon2.gif   Re: Parsing log files, posted by Alan Grant on Fri Jan 8 15:28:06 2021 
          icon2.gif   Re: Parsing log files, posted by Stefan Ritt on Fri Jan 8 15:35:35 2021 
    icon2.gif   Re: Parsing log files, posted by Lagarde on Wed Apr 7 17:11:28 2021 
Message ID: 69290     Entry time: Fri Jan 8 15:35:35 2021     In reply to: 69289
Icon: Reply  Author: Stefan Ritt  Author Email: stefan.ritt@psi.ch 
Category: Question  OS: Linux | Windows  ELOG Version: 3.1.2 
Subject: Re: Parsing log files 

Well, you could put the old options back to the config file, do the export, then remove them again.

But have a look at the Elog database files ZZMMDDa.log in your logbook directory, they are pure ASCII files, which are relatively simple to parse.

Hi John. The problem with using the Find-->Export method is that some of the Attributes for the older data are no longer shown on that screen because the Config file has since changed. That's why I'm contemplating somehow parsing the log files directly instead.

 

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