Caution: this is old EurekaLog 6 documentation. This is not the latest version.
In this section you may customize the log file.
|"Save Log File" ||Save the log file into the "Output path" folder|
|"Number of errors to save" ||Max number of logged exceptions to save (min=1)|
|"Output Path" ||The full path of Log File (if is empty then the log is saved into the current program path - if the folder is not writable then the log is saved in the "%UserProfile%/EurekaLog/ProjectName" folder)|
|"Do not save duplicate errors" ||Inhibit logging exceptions that have already been logged to the log file (Inhibiting it's send too)|
|"Append 'Reproduce Text'" ||Append to the Log File a text, entered by the user of your program, describing How to reproduce the error|
|"Delete the Log at version change" ||Delete the Log file when the program version it's changed|
|"Add 'Computer name' in Log file..."||Add the Computer-Name to the Log file name|
|"Save Modules and Processes Sections" ||Save the Modules and Processes sections in the Log File (displaying it in the Exception Dialog)|
|"Save Assembler and CPU Sections" ||Save the Assembler and CPU sections in the Log File (displaying it in the Exception Dialog)|
You may select the type (Application, Exception, etc.) and sub-type (Name, Date, Module, etc.) of the exceptions you wish to store in the log-file.
Build date: 2019-01-31
Last edited: 2018-06-14
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