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  69258   Tue Oct 27 22:24:18 2020 Reply David Walliswallis@aps.anl.govQuestionLinuxV3.1.4-ba84827Re: Create entry from command line - override Date?Hi Andreas,

It was actually easier than that.
The time stamps in the old system were in
  
  69257   Tue Oct 27 21:59:03 2020 Reply Andreas Luedekeandreas.luedeke@psi.chQuestionLinuxV3.1.4-ba84827Re: Create entry from command line - override Date?Hi David,
correct. And in addition you will
need to convert "Orig Date" from
  
  69256   Tue Oct 27 17:45:29 2020 Reply David Walliswallis@aps.anl.govQuestionLinuxV3.1.4-ba84827Re: Create entry from command line - override Date?Hi Andreas,

Thanks for your input! After a
little testing, it appears that if I make
  
  69255   Tue Oct 27 17:07:00 2020 Reply Andreas Luedekeandreas.luedeke@psi.chQuestionLinuxV3.1.4-ba84827Re: Create entry from command line - override Date?You could transform your entries into the
ELOG file format (either XML or CSV) and
then use the import function. That would
  
  69254   Tue Oct 27 16:49:53 2020 Reply Stefan Rittstefan.ritt@psi.chQuestionLinuxV3.1.4-ba84827Re: Create entry from command line - override Date?"Date" must be on the first line
on each entry and it must be named "Date".

Stefan
  
  69253   Tue Oct 27 16:37:07 2020 Reply David Walliswallis@aps.anl.govQuestionLinuxV3.1.4-ba84827Re: Create entry from command line - override Date?Hi Stefan, thanks! Does the Date field
need to be the first field in each entry?
I can see adding a "termpory" field
  
  69252   Tue Oct 27 16:15:26 2020 Reply Stefan Rittstefan.ritt@psi.chQuestionLinuxV3.1.4-ba84827Re: Create entry from command line - override Date?You have to manually manipulate the logbook
files YYMMDDa.log where you find the date
at the top like:
  
  69251   Tue Oct 27 16:00:03 2020 Question David Walliswallis@aps.anl.govQuestionLinuxV3.1.4-ba84827Create entry from command line - override Date?I'm converting our on-call logbook,
with 25 years of history, to elog. Is there
a way to override the current date/time for
  
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