Log Browser

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yanviau
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Log Browser

Post by yanviau » Fri Feb 12, 2010 4:51 pm

Hi,

im kinda new with WOL sorry for this dumb/noob question but, when i go in the log browser ... i always see like 1min of fight ( like 200 line 25m on icc ) when the log fight said 5min ... i would like to see all the data from one of my healer to analyse is rotation, and one dps, so when i try to create a query, i got only 1 min of fight ( like 20-30 line of combat log per char )

i do something wrong ?

Miles
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Re: Log Browser

Post by Miles » Fri Feb 12, 2010 4:56 pm

Try the expression editor + press next page button. Results are limited to 200 lines.

yanviau
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Re: Log Browser

Post by yanviau » Fri Feb 12, 2010 4:59 pm

ooo nice thx
now i need to read the doc for the query box i try to copy paste from the log browser but i got a faillllllllllllllll query BOOM :lol:

yanviau
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Re: Log Browser

Post by yanviau » Fri Feb 12, 2010 5:18 pm

i try this

i just want to know all action from and against a player

SELECT count(*) FROM any WHERE sourceName="Yanviau"

and i got a BOOOOM HEADSHOT

Error parsing expression, please check the input and try again. Error is: Mismatched token ID (count) on input SELECT count(*) FROM any WHERE sourceName=Yanviau, line 1:7, expected <EOF>; [t]

Miles
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Re: Log Browser

Post by Miles » Fri Feb 12, 2010 6:45 pm

Uh. You enter only the where section. Just use sourcename="Yanviau"

gcbirzan
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Re: Log Browser

Post by gcbirzan » Fri Feb 12, 2010 7:18 pm

Some other thing you might be interested to know is that you have to use double quotes to quote literals. Not single, like God intended it. :-)

Miles
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Re: Log Browser

Post by Miles » Fri Feb 12, 2010 7:37 pm

Shoo. Single quotes are for chars!

When the world was still young and the code base small, I was all for dynamic languages and less restrictions, but lately, I've come to appreciate proper IDE support and strict type checking more and more, makes bug hunts and refactoring much easier.

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