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relog.exe syntax error

By carl_leegaard ·
Hi,

I have a problem with the syntax in the relog.exe command.

I am using XP Pro SP3 DK and relog.exe version <5.1.2600.0>

When I am standing in a command prompt window and execute the following command:

relog A00631.blg -b "18-10-2008 20:00:00" -e "18-10-2008 20:05:00" -o test.blg

I receive the following error:

Advarsel: Ignorerer "". 24-timers format formodes.
Advarsel: Ignorerer "". 24-timers format formodes.
Advarsel: Ignorerer "". 24-timers format formodes.
Advarsel: Ignorerer "". 24-timers format formodes.
Ugyldig syntaks: -b <dd-MM-yyyy HH:mm:ss>
Ugyldig syntaks: -e <dd-MM-yyyy HH:mm:ss>

Syntaksen for kommandoen er forkert.


Translated to English from Danish, it says:

Warning: Ignoring "". 24-hours format assumed.
Warning: Ignoring "". 24-hours format assumed.
Warning: Ignoring "". 24-hours format assumed.
Warning: Ignoring "". 24-hours format assumed.
Illegal syntax: -b <dd-MM-yyyy HH:mm:ss>
Illegal syntax: -e <dd-MM-yyyy HH:mm:ss>

The syntax for the command is wrong.


(The .blg file do exist and is not broken, I have earlier made a complete .tsv file through the relog command and the time and date do exist in the A00631.blg file)


If I make a "relog A00631.blg" in a command prompt window, I get the following result:

Input
----------------
Fil(er):
A00631.blg (Bin?r)

Start: 17-10-2008 10:17:36
****: 27-10-2008 7:52:53
Pr?ver: 147724


Translated, this means:

Input
-------------------------
File(s): A00631.blg (Binary)

Begin: 17-10-2008 10:17:36
End: 27-10-2008 7:52:53
Samples: 147724


Can you locate my syntax error?

With kind regards
Carl-Marius

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by carl_leegaard In reply to relog.exe syntax error

Hi,

My problem was solved by downloading a evaluation version of MS vista Enterprise (http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=c2c27337-d4d1-4b9b-926d-86493c7da1aa&displaylang=en) and then use the tool relog.exe in here.

In MS Vista the rolog.exe command is compatible with .blg files larger then 100 MB.

Problem solved.
Carl-Marius

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