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This is interesting but ...

Is't SQLite have similar features ?

 


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45 minutes ago, RamDemon said:

Redis - Server side data.

????
 

I do not understand what you mean.

Did I misunderstod something here:

https://redis.io/

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Redis is an open source (BSD licensed), in-memory data structure store, used as a database, cache and message broker.

 

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27 minutes ago, RamDemon said:

Clients >> Modules >> UDF >> Include >> .... this is not a feature in Redis technology .... this is only a "framework" which allow you to use Redis in an easy way.

 

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33 minutes ago, RamDemon said:

Well  Redis  listens on port 6379 TCP, and it can act as remote server for  clients.

This not mean that Redis works in Client/Server mode (with concurent connection).
But I can be wrong as I do not read entire Redis documentation.

33 minutes ago, RamDemon said:

As far I know SQLLite is local based SQL  , or  am I wrong?

SQLite db file can be store on remote shared folder, and in this way you can work with the same database on different client/station but not at the same time.

btw.
I think we need to ask @jchd about Redis feature.

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Never had experience with Redis either. I've very little time to look deep at it.

Just looked what it became and I still have hard time seeing how SQLite and Redis would naturally work together. The former is a SQL RDBMS while the latter is a proprietary datastore. The underlying models of both products don't trivially compare. Yet such mixes have been tried in countless combinations.

There are myriads of ways to mix SQL and NoSQL products, sometimes with perfectly valid reasons, other times just to follow current hype.
The only real question is: "why do you think you have to?"

Once you have loads of strong pro arguments and little or no against, then just go. Else seriously question your premises.
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9 minutes ago, jchd said:

The former is a SQL RDBMS while the latter is a proprietary datastore.

Isn't Redis open-source? How can it be a proprietary datastore if it is free software :think:


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i think he means it's not sql rdbms it's their own dog food https://redis.io/

 

"Redis is an open source (BSD licensed), in-memory data structure store, used as a database, cache and message broker. It supports data structures such as strings, hashes, lists, sets, sorted sets with range queries, bitmaps, hyperloglogs and geospatial indexes with radius queries. Redis has built-in replication, Lua scripting, LRU eviction, transactions and different levels of on-disk persistence, and provides high availability via Redis Sentinel and automatic partitioning with Redis Cluster"

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So call it "proprietary to its own open source code". I meant it isn't anywhere close to an established model or standard. That's the same with all (AFAIK) NoSQL products. Not that all are bad or useless, but everything fashionable isn't necessarily the panacea to all situations in the universe. That's the meaning of the article I quoted.

Notice that your data has a structure by itself, even very simple, and the relationships between data entities do denote a semantical structure reflecting problem specificities. Putting everything in a modelless bag may not reveal the most clever move just because you have to enforce relationship integrity thru application code rather than by means of strict built-in rules that SQL allows you to edict.


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8 hours ago, jchd said:

So call it "proprietary to its own open source code". I meant it isn't anywhere close to an established model or standard. That's the same with all (AFAIK) NoSQL products.

That doesn't really make sense to me, it doesn't have to be an established model or "standard" to be non-proprietary. The code is free for anyone to use and modify etc.

8 hours ago, jchd said:

Not that all are bad or useless, but everything fashionable isn't necessarily the panacea to all situations in the universe. That's the meaning of the article I quoted.

I don't see how this is related to Redis being a "proprietary" datastore, it is as you have said, one of the many solutions to certain situations, just like how other SQL-like databases are :)


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What I wanted to point out is that at some point in time, a number of no-SQL database-like codebases appeared and rapidly attracted a huge number of developpers. That's the "O dear, that's new and everyone's talking about it so I need to join" effect.

After some time it became clear that all these datastore solutions aren't the panacea they were often claimed to be. Of course many/all of them have a good use in specific contexts. What attracted attention is that all these libraries don't enforce strict rules like SQL does, the new land of the free if you want. Again this is an illusion in many situations since both your data and relationships underneath do exist and have to be enforced somewhere.

I didn't mean proprietary as "copyrighted property of some big corp", but "ad-hoc code".


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5 hours ago, jchd said:

I didn't mean proprietary as "copyrighted property of some big corp", but "ad-hoc code".

I see, I didn't get that meaning from your posts before :)

5 hours ago, jchd said:

What I wanted to point out is that at some point in time, a number of no-SQL database-like codebases appeared and rapidly attracted a huge number of developpers. That's the "O dear, that's new and everyone's talking about it so I need to join" effect.

I agree, I am no fan of the hype bandwagon either. Any good developer worth their salt should know what to use according to their specific situation, in this case OP has not given any clear indication of how they are going to use it, but maybe the want a simple key-value datastore like Redis...

5 hours ago, jchd said:

What attracted attention is that all these libraries don't enforce strict rules like SQL does, the new land of the free if you want. Again this is an illusion in many situations since both your data and relationships underneath do exist and have to be enforced somewhere.

I have personally never used a DB or datastore before, so I cannot go into the specifics, but it does look like SQL-like databases are somewhat overkill for small general purpose key-value databases, many projects of that sort never use the other fine tuned features of SQL (at-least that is how it looks like). Feel free to correct me if I am wrong :)


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4 hours ago, TheDcoder said:

I have personally never used a DB or datastore before, so I cannot go into the specifics, but it does look like SQL-like databases are somewhat overkill for small general purpose key-value databases, many projects of that sort never use the other fine tuned features of SQL (at-least that is how it looks like).

Correct but I can see other arguments as well.

I'm a daily reader of the SQLite mailing list, an amazing source of inspiration. A question regularly pops up there as "How can I associate SQLite and <some key-value store>?" and once the dust settles it pretty often turns out that SQLite alone is more suitable to the case exposed than some kind of "marriage of carp and rabbit" (a French saying). At times a counter-intuitive more sophisticated setup is the right choice due to uncommon requirements.

SQLite is special in the SQL world. It's a zero-install, fast, small footprint, flexible, embedded RDBMS having no dependancy and being compiled and used on the largest range of hardware/software platforms ever. It was created as a [TCL] application general purpose datastore and has evolved to what it is today.

A good share of developpers never having used SQL think of it as a caterpillar: a mainframe-style monster from the COBOL era, or something close to that picture. I've been there before but quickly changed my mind.

There are countless occasions where you start thinking about and coding something "simple" that should be "good enough", just to realize after some time that you have to recode into a much more complex way. A common example is log files. You start with a flat text file, then store stuff with timestamp/the_rest then have to recode with timestamp/station/the_rest, then again as timestamp/station/status/the_rest, further as timestamp/station/status/error_class/the_rest, ... each time having to satisfy more and more detailled queries or statistics or whatelse, like safe concurrent accesses.
Starting at once with something powerful is often a long-term guarantee.


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PCRE v8.33 regexp documentation latest available release and currently implemented in AutoIt beta.

SQLitespeed is another feature-rich premier SQLite manager (includes import/export). Well worth a try.
SQLite Expert (freeware Personal Edition or payware Pro version) is a very useful SQLite database manager.
An excellent eBook covering almost every aspect of SQLite3: a must-read for anyone doing serious work.
SQL tutorial (covers "generic" SQL, but most of it applies to SQLite as well)
A work-in-progress SQLite3 tutorial. Don't miss other LxyzTHW pages!
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@jchd Understandable, I am in somewhat middle of the both arguments, I start simple and then if things start getting complex (like the log file example) I will rewrite the portion of it using something better suited :)

There are also people like @TheSaint who would prefer to go all simple (key-value) even though it become somewhat complex in the end... All about choice and personal preference it seems, ultimately programmers (who know what they are doing) will choose the solution which is more maintainable to them :D

P.S Looks like we have derailed this topic, not sure if it is a good idea to split the posts.


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      >"C:\Program Files (x86)\AutoIt3\SciTE\..\AutoIt3.exe" /run /prod /ErrorStdOut /in "C:\" /UserParams +>12:46:01 Starting AutoIt3Wrapper v.18.708.1148.0 SciTE v.4.1.0.0 Keyboard:00000409 OS:WIN_10/ CPU:X64 OS:X64 Environment(Language:0409) CodePage:0 utf8.auto.check:4 +> SciTEDir => C:\Program Files (x86)\AutoIt3\SciTE >Running AU3Check (3.3.14.5) from:C:\Program Files (x86)\AutoIt3 +>12:46:01 AU3Check ended.rc:0 >Running:(3.3.14.5): --> Press Ctrl+Alt+Break to Restart or Ctrl+Break to Stop Action 1: Create a connection to the outlook account at line: 192 Action 1: Finished at line: 205 Action 2: Scan for invaild E-mails at line: 215 Number of SKIPPED unread E-mails: at line: 226 Current email has been changed from Unread to Read. at line: 238 Current email has been changed from Unread to Read. at line: 238 Number of SKIPPED E-mails: 0 at line: 246 Action 2: Finished at line: 248 Action 3: Store vaild E-mails at line: 258 Number of unread E-mails: 17 at line: 290 Action 3: Finished at line: 292 Current number of processed Emails is: 0 at line: 2735 Action 2: Scan for invaild E-mails at line: 215 Number of SKIPPED unread E-mails: at line: 226 Number of SKIPPED E-mails: 0 at line: 246 Action 2: Finished at line: 248 Action 4: Loop through E-mails at line: 302 Action 4: Finished at line: 361 Action 5: Store E-mail's contents at line: 371 Action 5: Finished at line: 495 Action 6: Test to Skip based on location at line: 508 Action 6: Finished at line: 710 Action 7: Check if location needs to be a suite at line: 720 The 'Bathroom' is not mentioned in the Description. Suite not needed. at line: 2180 Action 7: Finished at line: 2186 Opening a new Chrome window. at line: 2747 Action 8: Open Web Browser at line: 2240 _WDStartup: "MicrosoftWebDriver.exe" --verbose Action 8: Finished at line: 2270 Action 9: Navigate to Work Order Tracking at line: 2281 Action 9: Finished at line: 2295 Action 10: Click on Create New Work Order at line: 2306 Action 10: Finished Action 11: Send E-mail Data to it's proper field at line: 2324 Sub-Action 3: Split Long Description at line: 2522 Sub-Action 3: Finished at line: 2576 Work Order Number: 660308 Action 11: Finished at line: 2511 Change status was called at line: 2758 Sub-Action 2: Change E-mail to Read at line: 2223 Current email has been changed from Unread to Read. at line: 2226 Sub-Action 2: Finished at line: 2230 Action 16: Create New Work Order at line: 2705 Action 16: Finished at line: 2719 Current number of processed Emails is: 1 at line: 2735 Action 2: Scan for invaild E-mails at line: 215 Number of SKIPPED unread E-mails: at line: 226 Number of SKIPPED E-mails: 0 at line: 246 Action 2: Finished at line: 248 Action 4: Loop through E-mails at line: 302 Action 4: Finished at line: 361 Action 5: Store E-mail's contents at line: 371 Action 5: Finished at line: 495 Action 6: Test to Skip based on location at line: 508 Action 6: Finished at line: 710 Action 7: Check if location needs to be a suite at line: 720 The 'Bathroom' is not mentioned in the Description. Suite not needed. at line: 2180 Action 7: Finished at line: 2186 Action 11: Send E-mail Data to it's proper field at line: 2324 Work Order Number: 660309 Action 11: Finished at line: 2511 Change status was called at line: 2758 Sub-Action 2: Change E-mail to Read at line: 2223 Current email has been changed from Unread to Read. at line: 2226 Sub-Action 2: Finished at line: 2230 Action 16: Create New Work Order at line: 2705 Action 16: Finished at line: 2719 Current number of processed Emails is: 2 at line: 2735 Action 2: Scan for invaild E-mails at line: 215 Number of SKIPPED unread E-mails: at line: 226 Number of SKIPPED E-mails: 0 at line: 246 Action 2: Finished at line: 248 Action 4: Loop through E-mails at line: 302 Action 4: Finished at line: 361 Action 5: Store E-mail's contents at line: 371 Action 5: Finished at line: 495 Action 6: Test to Skip based on location at line: 508 Action 6: Finished at line: 710 Action 7: Check if location needs to be a suite at line: 720 The 'Bathroom' is not mentioned in the Description. Suite not needed. at line: 2180 Action 7: Finished at line: 2186 Action 11: Send E-mail Data to it's proper field at line: 2324 Sub-Action 3: Split Long Description at line: 2522 Sub-Action 3: Finished at line: 2576 Work Order Number: 660310 Action 11: Finished at line: 2511 Change status was called at line: 2758 Sub-Action 2: Change E-mail to Read at line: 2223 Current email has been changed from Unread to Read. at line: 2226 Sub-Action 2: Finished at line: 2230 Action 16: Create New Work Order at line: 2705 Action 16: Finished at line: 2719 Current number of processed Emails is: 3 at line: 2735 Action 2: Scan for invaild E-mails at line: 215 Number of SKIPPED unread E-mails: at line: 226 Number of SKIPPED E-mails: 0 at line: 246 Action 2: Finished at line: 248 Action 4: Loop through E-mails at line: 302 Action 4: Finished at line: 361 Action 5: Store E-mail's contents at line: 371 Action 5: Finished at line: 495 Action 6: Test to Skip based on location at line: 508 Action 6: Finished at line: 710 Action 7: Check if location needs to be a suite at line: 720 The 'Bathroom' is not mentioned in the Description. Suite not needed. at line: 2180 Action 7: Finished at line: 2186 Action 11: Send E-mail Data to it's proper field at line: 2324 Work Order Number: 660311 Action 11: Finished at line: 2511 Change status was called at line: 2758 Sub-Action 2: Change E-mail to Read at line: 2223 Current email has been changed from Unread to Read. at line: 2226 Sub-Action 2: Finished at line: 2230 Action 16: Create New Work Order at line: 2705 Action 16: Finished at line: 2719 Current number of processed Emails is: 4 at line: 2735 Action 2: Scan for invaild E-mails at line: 215 Number of SKIPPED unread E-mails: at line: 226 Number of SKIPPED E-mails: 0 at line: 246 Action 2: Finished at line: 248 Action 4: Loop through E-mails at line: 302 Action 4: Finished at line: 361 Action 5: Store E-mail's contents at line: 371 Action 5: Finished at line: 495 Action 6: Test to Skip based on location at line: 508 Action 6: Finished at line: 710 Action 7: Check if location needs to be a suite at line: 720 The 'Bathroom' is not mentioned in the Description. Suite not needed. at line: 2180 Action 7: Finished at line: 2186 Action 11: Send E-mail Data to it's proper field at line: 2324 Work Order Number: 660312 Action 11: Finished at line: 2511 Change status was called at line: 2758 Sub-Action 2: Change E-mail to Read at line: 2223 Current email has been changed from Unread to Read. at line: 2226 Sub-Action 2: Finished at line: 2230 Action 16: Create New Work Order at line: 2705 Action 16: Finished at line: 2719 Current number of processed Emails is: 5 at line: 2735 Action 2: Scan for invaild E-mails at line: 215 Number of SKIPPED unread E-mails: at line: 226 Number of SKIPPED E-mails: 0 at line: 246 Action 2: Finished at line: 248 Action 4: Loop through E-mails at line: 302 Action 4: Finished at line: 361 Action 5: Store E-mail's contents at line: 371 Action 5: Finished at line: 495 Action 6: Test to Skip based on location at line: 508 Action 6: Finished at line: 710 Action 7: Check if location needs to be a suite at line: 720 The 'Bathroom' is not mentioned in the Description. Suite not needed. at line: 2180 Action 7: Finished at line: 2186 Action 11: Send E-mail Data to it's proper field at line: 2324 Work Order Number: 660313 Action 11: Finished at line: 2511 Change status was called at line: 2758 Sub-Action 2: Change E-mail to Read at line: 2223 Current email has been changed from Unread to Read. at line: 2226 Sub-Action 2: Finished at line: 2230 Action 16: Create New Work Order at line: 2705 Action 16: Finished at line: 2719 Current number of processed Emails is: 6 at line: 2735 Action 2: Scan for invaild E-mails at line: 215 Number of SKIPPED unread E-mails: at line: 226 Number of SKIPPED E-mails: 0 at line: 246 Action 2: Finished at line: 248 Action 4: Loop through E-mails at line: 302 Action 4: Finished at line: 361 Action 5: Store E-mail's contents at line: 371 Action 5: Finished at line: 495 Action 6: Test to Skip based on location at line: 508 Proper Building format used. Send Location: YT6508 Action 6: Finished at line: 710 Action 7: Check if location needs to be a suite at line: 720 The 'Bathroom' is not mentioned in the Long Description. Suite not needed. at line: 1475 Action 7: Finished at line: 2186 Action 11: Send E-mail Data to it's proper field at line: 2324 Work Order Number: 660314 Action 11: Finished at line: 2511 Change status was called at line: 2758 Sub-Action 2: Change E-mail to Read at line: 2223 Current email has been changed from Unread to Read. at line: 2226 Sub-Action 2: Finished at line: 2230 Action 16: Create New Work Order at line: 2705 Action 16: Finished at line: 2719 Current number of processed Emails is: 7 at line: 2735 Action 2: Scan for invaild E-mails at line: 215 Number of SKIPPED unread E-mails: at line: 226 Number of SKIPPED E-mails: 0 at line: 246 Action 2: Finished at line: 248 Action 4: Loop through E-mails at line: 302 Action 4: Finished at line: 361 Action 5: Store E-mail's contents at line: 371 Action 5: Finished at line: 495 Action 6: Test to Skip based on location at line: 508 Proper Building format used. Send Location: CN2116 Action 6: Finished at line: 710 Action 7: Check if location needs to be a suite at line: 720 The 'Bathroom' is not mentioned in the Long Description. Suite not needed. at line: 1475 Action 7: Finished at line: 2186 Action 11: Send E-mail Data to it's proper field at line: 2324 Sub-Action 3: Split Long Description at line: 2522 Sub-Action 3: Finished at line: 2576 Work Order Number: 660315 Action 11: Finished at line: 2511 Change status was called at line: 2758 Sub-Action 2: Change E-mail to Read at line: 2223 Current email has been changed from Unread to Read. at line: 2226 Sub-Action 2: Finished at line: 2230 Action 16: Create New Work Order at line: 2705 Action 16: Finished at line: 2719 Current number of processed Emails is: 8 at line: 2735 Action 2: Scan for invaild E-mails at line: 215 Number of SKIPPED unread E-mails: at line: 226 Number of SKIPPED E-mails: 0 at line: 246 Action 2: Finished at line: 248 Action 4: Loop through E-mails at line: 302 Action 4: Finished at line: 361 Action 5: Store E-mail's contents at line: 371 Action 5: Finished at line: 495 Action 6: Test to Skip based on location at line: 508 Proper Building format used. Send Location: DT4905 Action 6: Finished at line: 710 Action 7: Check if location needs to be a suite at line: 720 Action 7: Finished at line: 2186 Action 11: Send E-mail Data to it's proper field at line: 2324 Work Order Number: 660316 Action 11: Finished at line: 2511 Change status was called at line: 2758 Sub-Action 2: Change E-mail to Read at line: 2223 Current email has been changed from Unread to Read. at line: 2226 Sub-Action 2: Finished at line: 2230 Action 16: Create New Work Order at line: 2705 Action 16: Finished at line: 2719 Current number of processed Emails is: 9 at line: 2735 Action 2: Scan for invaild E-mails at line: 215 Number of SKIPPED unread E-mails: at line: 226 Number of SKIPPED E-mails: 0 at line: 246 Action 2: Finished at line: 248 Action 4: Loop through E-mails at line: 302 Action 4: Finished at line: 361 Action 5: Store E-mail's contents at line: 371 Action 5: Finished at line: 495 Action 6: Test to Skip based on location at line: 508 Proper Building format used. Send Location: YT6513 Action 6: Finished at line: 710 Action 7: Check if location needs to be a suite at line: 720 Young Tower has no suites! Action 7: Finished at line: 2186 Action 11: Send E-mail Data to it's proper field at line: 2324 Sub-Action 3: Split Long Description at line: 2522 Sub-Action 3: Finished at line: 2576 Work Order Number: 660317 Action 11: Finished at line: 2511 Change status was called at line: 2758 Sub-Action 2: Change E-mail to Read at line: 2223 Current email has been changed from Unread to Read. at line: 2226 Sub-Action 2: Finished at line: 2230 Action 16: Create New Work Order at line: 2705 Action 16: Finished at line: 2719 Current number of processed Emails is: 10 at line: 2735 Action 2: Scan for invaild E-mails at line: 215 Number of SKIPPED unread E-mails: at line: 226 Number of SKIPPED E-mails: 0 at line: 246 Action 2: Finished at line: 248 Action 4: Loop through E-mails at line: 302 Action 4: Finished at line: 361 Action 5: Store E-mail's contents at line: 371 Action 5: Finished at line: 495 Action 6: Test to Skip based on location at line: 508 Proper Building format used. Send Location: BT3310 Action 6: Finished at line: 710 Action 7: Check if location needs to be a suite at line: 720 The 'Bathroom' is not mentioned in the Long Description. Suite not needed. at line: 1475 Action 7: Finished at line: 2186 Action 11: Send E-mail Data to it's proper field at line: 2324 Sub-Action 3: Split Long Description at line: 2522 Sub-Action 3: Finished at line: 2576 Work Order Number: 660318 Action 11: Finished at line: 2511 Change status was called at line: 2758 Sub-Action 2: Change E-mail to Read at line: 2223 Current email has been changed from Unread to Read. at line: 2226 Sub-Action 2: Finished at line: 2230 Action 16: Create New Work Order at line: 2705 Action 16: Finished at line: 2719 Current number of processed Emails is: 11 at line: 2735 Action 2: Scan for invaild E-mails at line: 215 Number of SKIPPED unread E-mails: at line: 226 Number of SKIPPED E-mails: 0 at line: 246 Action 2: Finished at line: 248 Action 4: Loop through E-mails at line: 302 Action 4: Finished at line: 361 Action 5: Store E-mail's contents at line: 371 Action 5: Finished at line: 495 Action 6: Test to Skip based on location at line: 508 Proper Building format used. Send Location: BT3411 Action 6: Finished at line: 710 Action 7: Check if location needs to be a suite at line: 720 The 'Bathroom' is not mentioned in the Description. Suite not needed. at line: 2180 Action 7: Finished at line: 2186 Action 11: Send E-mail Data to it's proper field at line: 2324 Sub-Action 3: Split Long Description at line: 2522 Sub-Action 3: Finished at line: 2576 Work Order Number: 660319 Action 11: Finished at line: 2511 Change status was called at line: 2758 Sub-Action 2: Change E-mail to Read at line: 2223 Current email has been changed from Unread to Read. at line: 2226 Sub-Action 2: Finished at line: 2230 Action 16: Create New Work Order at line: 2705 Action 16: Finished at line: 2719 Current number of processed Emails is: 12 at line: 2735 Action 2: Scan for invaild E-mails at line: 215 Number of SKIPPED unread E-mails: at line: 226 Number of SKIPPED E-mails: 0 at line: 246 Action 2: Finished at line: 248 Action 4: Loop through E-mails at line: 302 Action 4: Finished at line: 361 Action 5: Store E-mail's contents at line: 371 Action 5: Finished at line: 495 Action 6: Test to Skip based on location at line: 508 Proper Building format used. Send Location: DT4519 Action 6: Finished at line: 710 Action 7: Check if location needs to be a suite at line: 720 The 'Bathroom' is not mentioned in the Description. Suite not needed. at line: 2180 Action 7: Finished at line: 2186 Action 11: Send E-mail Data to it's proper field at line: 2324 Sub-Action 3: Split Long Description at line: 2522 Sub-Action 3: Finished at line: 2576 Work Order Number: 660320 Action 11: Finished at line: 2511 Change status was called at line: 2758 Sub-Action 2: Change E-mail to Read at line: 2223 Current email has been changed from Unread to Read. at line: 2226 Sub-Action 2: Finished at line: 2230 Action 16: Create New Work Order at line: 2705 Action 16: Finished at line: 2719 Current number of processed Emails is: 13 at line: 2735 Action 2: Scan for invaild E-mails at line: 215 Number of SKIPPED unread E-mails: at line: 226 Number of SKIPPED E-mails: 0 at line: 246 Action 2: Finished at line: 248 Action 4: Loop through E-mails at line: 302 !>12:51:55 AutoIt3.exe ended.rc:-1073741819 +>12:51:55 AutoIt3Wrapper Finished. >Exit code: 3221225477 Time: 354.6  
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