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How to use this event

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Caution: this is old EurekaLog 6 documentation. This is not the latest version.


EurekaLog includes a "PasswordRequest" event for interaction with the user program when a raised exception is handled by EurekaLog and all the Debug data (Unit, Class and Procedure names) are saved as encrypted values.


This event allow to obtain the exact password required to can decrypt all the encrypted data, otherwise all the data will be store in the Log text in encrypted form (the software author will be decrypt this data using the decrypt capabilities of EurekaLog Viewer software).


The syntax of this event is:


procedure MyPasswordRequest(EurekaExceptionRecord: TEurekaExceptionRecord; var Password: String);


To use this event you must create a routine with the indicated parameters and assign it to the PasswordRequest EurekaLog variable, as shown in the following example:


uses ExceptionLog, ECore, ETypes; // The required units...


// This is a normal procedure (not a method)...

procedure MyPasswordRequest(EurekaExceptionRecord: TEurekaExceptionRecord; var Password: String);



   ...  // Your code...





   // Assign PasswordRequest variable to MyPasswordRequest procedure...

   PasswordRequest := MyPasswordRequest;




Note: to simplify management of your EurekaLog events, you can use the TEurekaLog.OnPasswordRequest event.

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