STREAMING CONNECT/DISCONNECT LOG FILE

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Derek
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Re: STREAMING CONNECT/DISCONNECT LOG FILE

Post by Derek » 08 Feb 2018 09:16

Hi Bernd, Here are the print screens
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Derek
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Re: STREAMING CONNECT/DISCONNECT LOG FILE

Post by Derek » 08 Feb 2018 09:22

Hi Bernd, here are the print screens
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radio42
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Re: STREAMING CONNECT/DISCONNECT LOG FILE

Post by radio42 » 08 Feb 2018 12:29

Just tested you exact scenario here, with this command:

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EXEC_WRITE_FILE C:\Temp\log.txt|au|${now} ${streamingservername} Server started.${CRLF}
and it was perfectly working fine here, here generating the following output:

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2018-02-08 12:25:55 MyTestServer Server started.
2018-02-08 12:26:12 MyTestServer Server started.
as you can see, the ${streamingservername} as well as the ${CRLF} macros have been resolved perfectly well. So I still assume, that something in your command or way of testing is not working well.
Is there maybe somewhere a space in your macros, eg. "${CR LF}" or "${ CRLF}" or alike?

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