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megilonline@gmail.com
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PostPosted: Thu Jun 08, 2006 12:57 pm    Post subject: Debug Chemstation Macro Reply with quote

I work in a laboratory with the latest edition of HP-Agilent
Chemstation. We are having problems converting macros from our old
system (Windows NT) to (Window XP). There are multiple macros spread
throughout the system. I had taken a macro class a few years ago and I
remember a command that traces the steps of each macro from the command
line. Would anyone happen to know what that command was?

Thanks in advance.

Mark
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Paul1136
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Joined: 13 Nov 2005
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PostPosted: Thu Jun 08, 2006 7:16 pm    Post subject: Re: Debug Chemstation Macro Reply with quote

Hi,
I think it's F8...

Paul
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I work in a laboratory with the latest edition of HP-Agilent
Chemstation. We are having problems converting macros from our old
system (Windows NT) to (Window XP). There are multiple macros spread
throughout the system. I had taken a macro class a few years ago and I
remember a command that traces the steps of each macro from the command
line. Would anyone happen to know what that command was?

Thanks in advance.

Mark
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Thunderbunny
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PostPosted: Sat Jun 10, 2006 9:02 am    Post subject: Re: Debug Chemstation Macro Reply with quote

You can turn on logging by entering

Logging 7, "c:\hpchem\core\debug.log"

at the command line. You can change the detail by using "SetVerbose x" with
x=0-3, 3 being the most detail.

Hope this is of help

Martin

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I work in a laboratory with the latest edition of HP-Agilent
Chemstation. We are having problems converting macros from our old
system (Windows NT) to (Window XP). There are multiple macros spread
throughout the system. I had taken a macro class a few years ago and I
remember a command that traces the steps of each macro from the command
line. Would anyone happen to know what that command was?

Thanks in advance.

Mark
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