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Posted: October 19 2021 at 16:14 | IP Logged Quote mdsmith

Is there a way to retrieve data from the Event log to
variables i.e. ph_command? Or any other way?
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Posted: October 19 2021 at 22:36 | IP Logged Quote dhoward

Interesting...I was going to say use one of the ph_sql functions but realized that wont work since the eventlog has been moved to it's own
database file. Both the logs and other configuration used to be in the same file (and the functions would work) but people were having issues
with allowing the logs to grow so large the database would be unusable and would lose their configuration.

Ive added a note to the ToDo list to update the ph_sql functions with an overloaded parameter so you can execute SQL against the eventlog vs the
main database. I might also be able to make a dedicated function for extracting information. Can you give me some details on what you're looking
to pull from the eventlog and how you would like to access that data (datetime, keyword, etc)?

Thanks,

Dave.
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Posted: October 20 2021 at 14:51 | IP Logged Quote mdsmith

Dave,

Well as if you didnít have enough to do. Iím needing info in
the Event Log to identify which inputs are activated using
Simply Automated UPB Controller and MUI32 I/O device. See new
posting. Hereís a screen shot of the Event Log, raw data
shown shows different data for each input active and not
active.
Can't upload picture getting an error, so see email..
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