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How to use EurekaLog

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Important Note: dropping EurekaLog component on your form is not enough! You have to configure EurekaLog for your project. EurekaLog component is used to react to certain events in EurekaLog-enabled projects. The component will do nothing on its own.


Short answer:


To enable EurekaLog in your application:

1. Save your project;
2. Go to "Project" / "EurekaLog options";
3. Use "Enable EurekaLog for this project" option;
4. Select application type;
5. Rebuild your project.




P.S. You have to install EurekaLog before using it.



Long answer:


First, save your project before enabling EurekaLog.


To enable EurekaLog for your application - you need to go to Project / EurekaLog options (see also):



EurekaLog project options in IDE menu


Don't see EurekaLog menu items?


Then click on "Enable EurekaLog for this project" button:



General page in EurekaLog project options


You should also select type of your application from drop-down list:



Selecting type of your application


See supported application types to get more information about each position.


Save options and close dialog.


You must recompile your Delphi/C++Builder projects in order to use EurekaLog with them:



Rebuild your project


EurekaLog will automatically apply all necessary changes to make your projects EurekaLog-enabled.





Now run your application and observe how your application handles exceptions now:







See also:

What's next?
See demos in Start Menu (Start / Programs / EurekaLog / Demos)

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