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Generic File Driver (Svcauwe) and multiple object classes

I have a vague recollection that someone had a clever way to handle
multiple object classes in multiple different files in Stefan's Generic
File Driver.

I guess I could catch the fileName attribute in the ITP and regex it to
determine the object class, and set operation class.

Wonder if anyone has anything cleverer...

I will have users in one file (26 attributes) and then 4 more files, for
Dept, Division, Orgs, and JobCodes, with maybe 3-4 attributes each.

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Geoffrey Carman wrote:

> The only real complaint is that you cannot open an existing file, and
> re-parse it. ONly gets it live


I knew there was a reason I stayed with grep/less...

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On 06/16/2016 11:59 AM, Lothar Haeger wrote:
> Geoffrey Carman wrote:
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>> The only real complaint is that you cannot open an existing file, and
>> re-parse it. ONly gets it live

>
> I knew there was a reason I stayed with grep/less...


Yes, because you're on a proper server OS that has proper administration
tools.

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On 6/16/2016 2:53 PM, ab wrote:
> On 06/16/2016 11:59 AM, Lothar Haeger wrote:
>> Geoffrey Carman wrote:
>>
>>> The only real complaint is that you cannot open an existing file, and
>>> re-parse it. ONly gets it live

>>
>> I knew there was a reason I stayed with grep/less...

>
> Yes, because you're on a proper server OS that has proper administration
> tools.


Always restating the obvious Aaron. 🙂 Agreed.

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ab wrote:

> Yes, because you're on a proper server OS that has proper administration
> tools.


....which are also available on lesser OSes, you just have to install them.

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On 06/16/2016 01:09 PM, Lothar Haeger wrote:
> ab wrote:
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>> Yes, because you're on a proper server OS that has proper administration
>> tools.

>
> ...which are also available on lesser OSes, you just have to install them.


"Dear customer, in order to have your lesser OS, which is a domain
controller, work like a proper OS, all I need to do is install some
software you haven't heard of that isn't signed by anybody and doesn't
probably even have an installer that you would recognize *gasp*, so please
tell me the password."

That goes over really well. Just stick with a real OS and be more secure,
have the tools you need, scale better, pay less, etc. etc. etc.

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I'm with you Aaron, all I'm saying is: there's no excuse to not use proper
tools even if your csutomer is a heretic.
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A good starting tutorial for all us poor people who are sometimes forced to work with a lesser os:
https://communary.net/2014/11/10/grep-the-powershell-way/
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joakim ganse wrote:

> A good starting tutorial for all us poor people who are sometimes forced
> to work with a lesser os:
> https://communary.net/2014/11/10/grep-the-powershell-way/


Why bother? Just grab your tools of choice from
http://gnuwin32.sourceforge.net/packages.html and put them into a folder in
your path.

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True,

Just pointing out that it hs been possible to do the same thing with native commands for a few years now.
Personally I just use notepad++ now or kate/kedit/gedit and leave the command stuff to the old guard 😉

Hopefully all will be better when we get the Ubuntu-win version.
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joakim ganse <joakim_ganse@no-mx.forums.microfocus.com> wrote:
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A good starting tutorial for all us poor people who are sometimes forced
to work with a lesser os:
> https://communary.net/2014/11/10/grep-the-powershell-way/


Until the last year or so, one could not reliably rely on PowerShell being
present on each and every Windows machine one encountered.

That said, in many use-cases I do prefer Powershell over the gnu tools. Not
for searching though.


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geoffc;2431800 wrote:
On 6/16/2016 12:32 PM, Lothar Haeger wrote:
> Geoffrey Carman wrote:
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>> the ability to isolate one event in a new window that persists and does not
>> scroll away. And then clicking around the event flow saves a ton of
>> searching time.

>
> Sonds like I'll have to give Stefaan's plugin another try!


The only real complaint is that you cannot open an existing file, and
re-parse it. ONly gets it live. Which is nice on Winders.

Also, I asked if he would add in a simple math check of Finish time
minus start time, so we can see how long each event takes.


I believe, that option to open existing trace file coming in the next release...
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