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Posted Wednesday, December 12, 2012 12:10 AM


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Hi! Love this stairway!

Quick question: Why do you you use Notepad to read the log output? I usually just open it in Visual Studio


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Posted Friday, November 6, 2015 1:43 PM
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Hi, Andy,

Thanks again - one more great article.

Couple questions here.
Your sample log messages contain two date/time attributes (same values):
a) do they tell when the event/error happened and when it was recorded?
(I would expect these two values be almost the same except some special cases)
b) Is there a way to configure them (e.g., disable one of them)?
(The sample configuration grid does not have columns for these attributes)

Thanks and Regards,
Your diligent student
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