How to Log Command Screen Text? - Protocols

This is a discussion on How to Log Command Screen Text? - Protocols ; I'd like to log the text that's written to the command screen (particularly before a connection is made), but none of the LOG commands (CX, DEBUG, SESSION, TRANSACTIONS were the ones I tried) seem to do this. My application involves ...

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  1. How to Log Command Screen Text?

    I'd like to log the text that's written to the command screen
    (particularly before a connection is made), but none of the LOG
    commands (CX, DEBUG, SESSION, TRANSACTIONS were the ones I tried) seem
    to do this. My application involves running a script as a scheduled
    task and I want to be able to log any dialing problems (BUSY, NO
    CARRIER, how many redials, etc.) that occur. I'm running Kermit 95 2.1
    under WinXP/SP2. Thanks in advance for any help.


  2. Re: How to Log Command Screen Text?

    Allen wrote:

    > I'd like to log the text that's written to the command screen
    > (particularly before a connection is made), but none of the LOG
    > commands (CX, DEBUG, SESSION, TRANSACTIONS were the ones I tried) seem
    > to do this. My application involves running a script as a scheduled
    > task and I want to be able to log any dialing problems (BUSY, NO
    > CARRIER, how many redials, etc.) that occur. I'm running Kermit 95 2.1
    > under WinXP/SP2. Thanks in advance for any help.
    >


    Commands of interest:

    CLEAR COMMAND SCROLLBACK

    SAVE COMMAND SCROLLBACK

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  3. Re: How to Log Command Screen Text?

    Thanks Jeffrey, that did the trick. I'm finding Kermit to be a very
    "deep" application with a lot of capabilities, but it isn't always easy
    to find the feature I need. I'm hoping that someday the C-Kermit/K95
    documentation will be consolidated into a single PDF.


  4. Re: How to Log Command Screen Text?

    On 2005-07-02, Allen wrote:
    : Thanks Jeffrey, that did the trick. I'm finding Kermit to be a very
    : "deep" application with a lot of capabilities, but it isn't always easy
    : to find the feature I need. I'm hoping that someday the C-Kermit/K95
    : documentation will be consolidated into a single PDF.
    :
    I hope the documentation will be consolidated some day, but in the meantime,
    at least it exists. The trend of the last few years is to not even bother
    with documentation.

    - Frank

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