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  1. YamidP

    log errors

    Hello everyone I need to record the errors that DAQfactory reports in a plain text or file where an error history is displayed Does daqfactory generate an error log file? but how can I create that file? Thank you
  2. Hello, I've been using DAQFactory for over a year to monitor and control a bioreactor growing algae. I've written sequences to do all the logging and also error handling. I don't use many try-catches but I have secondary scripts in place to make sure solenoid valve doesn't stay opened longer than its specified time. Usually when an error occurs, the script just stops running. But this time, the whole program froze when the valve was open and we killed our culture by saturating it with CO2. I briefly saw the error message in the output and should have taken a screen shot but did not. I had never seen the error message that was output; it said something about an issues writing data from one of our channels and something about a file name. Is there anyway I can check the logs to determine what happened? I really want to make sure this error doesn't happen again.