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    How?
    On my papercut-print-logger.conf I see explaned only
    IgnoredPrinters=
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    debug=
    There are other configurable options?
    What is the exact command syntax?
    Congratulations for this excellent utility, but now feels the need of a good tutorial

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    Quote Originally Posted by morlandini View Post
    How?
    On my papercut-print-logger.conf I see explaned only
    IgnoredPrinters=
    and
    debug=
    There are other configurable options?
    What is the exact command syntax?
    Congratulations for this excellent utility, but now feels the need of a good tutorial
    Are you trying to set it up? There are guides posted at the end of this post Papercut Print Logger Free edition - Log Distiller ASP page to setup IIS on the server and to configure the page itself you edit the settings in the .ASP file that you decompress from the rar download.

    You should not need to edit the papercut-print-logger.conf unless you are setting it up to put the log files on a different server which you need the newest version to do.

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    I think I have wrong post ... I would respond to Papercut's message which said that you can move the csv log files to another folder.
    I apologize for this.

    Quote Originally Posted by SYNACK View Post
    Are you trying to set it up? There are guides posted at the end of this post Papercut Print Logger Free edition - Log Distiller ASP page to setup IIS on the server and to configure the page itself you edit the settings in the .ASP file that you decompress from the rar download.

    You should not need to edit the papercut-print-logger.conf unless you are setting it up to put the log files on a different server which you need the newest version to do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by morlandini View Post
    I think I have wrong post ... I would respond to Papercut's message which said that you can move the csv log files to another folder.
    I apologize for this.
    Thats cool, are you using the latest version of the printlogger off the site. I the latest version should have a conf file like this:
    Code:
    ###############################################################################
    #
    #    PaperCut Print Logger Configuration File (Software for print quota and print control management. Your print accounting and monitoring solution - PaperCut)
    #
    ###############################################################################
    
    #
    # Define a list of printers to ignore. The list is defined by a comma separated
    # list of string values.  The PaperCut Print Logger system Service
    # will need to be restated to pick up changes.
    #   Default: none
    #   Examples:  hplaserj,HP Color Laser,sci_lab,PdfPrinter
    #
    IgnorePrinters=
    #
    # CSV log files are by default written to [install-dir]/logs/csv .  This
    # setting may be used to change this location.  By default, PaperCut Print
    # Logger runs under the "SYSTEM" account and hence can only access local
    # drives (for security reasons).  If this is set to a remote UNC path
    # the PaperCut Print Logger service must be set to run under a user
    # account that has rights to write to this remote directory. The target
    # directory must exist.
    #
    #   Default:  [install-dir]/logs/csv
    #   Examples: D:\logs   OR    \\myserver\myshare\logs
    #
    CsvLogFilePath=
    #
    # Define if debug logging is enabled.
    #   Default: off
    #   Examples: on, development
    #
    debug=off
    
    ###############################################################################
    #
    # Do not modify below this line.
    #
    copyright=This program is Copyright (c) PaperCut Software 1999-2009. All Rights Reserved.
    If your conf file does not look like this then you probably have an older version which did not yet have this feature included and will need to upgrade to the latest one to enable it.

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    RE: ODBC Drivers error '80040e10'

    Hi herege,

    Sorry to revive an old thread, but I had the exact same problem as you.

    I've added your code and I call it right after ConcatinateLogs. Like this:

    Code:
    if ShouldRecreate( MaxSummaryCsvAge , SiteFolder & "\" & SummaryCSVName ) then CommaReplace
    The CSV file is correctly updated with ";" as separators (I checked) but still, I get the error '80040e10' at line 132, that being now:

    Code:
    daters.Open dateSQL, strConn
    Do you have any ideas on what it might be the cause?

    Thanks a lot,
    Luca

    Quote Originally Posted by herege View Post
    Found the problem.

    The csv file (dest.csv) was being generated with (,) spearating the values and not with (.

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    For some reason, I am receiving the following error message. I have followed the guide for installing on Win2k8 r2.

    HTTP Error 500.19 - Internal Server Error
    The requested page cannot be accessed because the related configuration data for the page is invalid.


    Any help appreciated.

    Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonathon28 View Post
    For some reason, I am receiving the following error message. I have followed the guide for installing on Win2k8 r2.

    HTTP Error 500.19 - Internal Server Error
    The requested page cannot be accessed because the related configuration data for the page is invalid.
    SYNACK is probably in the best position to advise here as it's an ASP/IIS related error. I've seen this before when the file permissions were not set correctly. Check the perms on the web files as a first step. Maybe open it up a little and see if it helps. This MS KB article covers a few other suggestions.

    On a related note there is now a new release of the free PaperCut print logger. The main change is the cosmetic appearance (new look and feel). The work was done by the summer intern at PaperCut (yes it's summer down under!). Functionally it's the same and I've made sure that he did not change any of the printing history CSV file formats so SYNACK's scripts will still work.

    Cheers,

    Chris
    Developer@PaperCut

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