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To retrive the work done

To retrive the work done

To retrive the work done

(OP)
HI,

Is there any way to retrive the work done.. if the UG get quited without save..
In unix platform, I used to do in a different way..But now working in windows base.. So pls suggest if you have any way to retrive..

Thanks
Kishore.G

RE: To retrive the work done

The syslog can be replayed as a macro. You may have to edit it a little and delete most of the stuff before the last save to you file.

"Wildfires are dangerous, hard to control, and economically catastrophic."
"Fixed in the next release" should replace "Product First" as the PTC slogan.

Ben Loosli
CAD/CAM System Analyst
Ingersoll-Rand

RE: To retrive the work done

(OP)
Hi Ben,

Thanks for your reply..
pls tell me what kind of stuffs I need to delete in the syslog file.

RE: To retrive the work done

You need to keep the first lines that identify the version of UG and your session info. Then delete any lines after the header thru the last file save command.

Try recording a simple macro that does nothing exceot start and atop. This will show you what the header lines look like.

You are basically taking the syslog file and converting it to a macro.

It doesn't always work and there is some trial and erroro to getting the format correct.

I haven't done it since V11.1 or V13.

"Wildfires are dangerous, hard to control, and economically catastrophic."
"Fixed in the next release" should replace "Product First" as the PTC slogan.

Ben Loosli
CAD/CAM System Analyst
Ingersoll-Rand

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