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Old 06-14-2018, 8:54 PM
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I apologize if this has already been asked, but a search didn't return any relevant results.

I'm testing out ProScan for logging different systems in my area, and so far I'm liking it. However, I do have a question. Is there any way to save and/or print out the history log? I want to have ProScan log one specific system for about a 12 hour period and then I'd like to review all of the TGID's that were logged. Being able to print out a (probably) long list would make reviewing the ID's so much easier.

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I apologize if this has already been asked, but a search didn't return any relevant results.

I'm testing out ProScan for logging different systems in my area, and so far I'm liking it. However, I do have a question. Is there any way to save and/or print out the history log? I want to have ProScan log one specific system for about a 12 hour period and then I'd like to review all of the TGID's that were logged. Being able to print out a (probably) long list would make reviewing the ID's so much easier.

Thanks in advance for any help provided.
Yes, Select the rows to be copied then click the Copy/Move Select Rows To Database or Other File button located on the right side.
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Yes, Select the rows to be copied then click the Copy/Move Select Rows To Database or Other File button located on the right side.
And then....? I tried saving the file as 'test file' but was unable to find it in my documents folder after I thought I saved it.

I'm sure I'm doing something wrong, but I guess my sleep deprived brain can't figure it out this early in the morning. LOL!!




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Well, never did figure out how to get it to print, but I've found that a 'screen print' will work just as well.




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Well, never did figure out how to get it to print, but I've found that a 'screen print' will work just as well.
Copy/Move Select Rows To Database or Other File didn't work? It saves to a tex text file. Where it saves is up to you. Can't find the file sounds like something else.
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Can conventional systems be copied then pasted to another database?
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Are you talking about the History Log? If yes, the rows can be copied to an opened database only.

To get the system/s from one database to another, start another instance of ProScan(in a seperate folder) then open the other database and import from the first database.
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OK.
Not Hx logs...but Systems.

To get separate instances, I will need to reinstall again to a separate folder?
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Not Hx logs...but Systems.

To get separate instances, I will need to reinstall again to a separate folder?
Reinstall is best. Copy a ProScan folder to a new folder will work too.
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Got it. Thanks!

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