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grasshopper3

I have what I would consider a rather complex script that runs as a scheduled task. I am not always watching it when it is called. I am still getting bugs in it every now and then. Its there a way to have the script capture critical errors and have it write to a file before it exits? Currently, I have to run the script in the editor and try to re-create the error to figure out the line and what .au3 it is actually in.

If someone has already discussed this please point me to their forum.

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grasshopper3

When you run it in SciTE for a period of time and it crashes, what are the errors reported in the Console? Like I told the last person, unless we can see your script, we can't help much.

I don't have an error. I wanted to know if there was a way to save off the console errors before a compiled script fails/exits/crashes. Say that I have a compiled (.exe) script that I want to put into production. I run it and it fails, but I am not around to see a detailed error message. I want it to save the error message so I can fix the problem later.

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Bert

Perhaps I wasn't clear. Unless you know WHERE in your script the error occurs, it is difficult to say. You can do a filewrite to a log file to log errors, or you can look here to see how to use the system event log:

http://www.autoitscript.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=108503&st=0&p=764571&hl="Event%20log"&fromsearch=1&#entry764571

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