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Posted By dh 9 Years Ago
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Posted Monday June 02 2008
Please add a time stamp (hh:mm:ss:nnn) to the exception window.

It would be nice to know the exact time the system stopped working.

Thanks, DH

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Posted Tuesday June 03 2008
Please also add seconds and milliseconds to the time in the output window.

Now, with hh:mm only, if you sort the output by time, you never get the right order of events.

Thanks, DH

Posted Tuesday June 03 2008
Logged both of these.

With regards to the second, to they come out of order even if you have not changed the sort?

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Posted Tuesday June 03 2008
young (6/3/2008)
Logged both of these.

With regards to the second, to they come out of order even if you have not changed the sort?

I think I do remember getting lines out of order even if I have not changed the sort, but I am not 100% sure about that.



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