RE: AW: logging to a database - anyone do it?

With regards to setting up logging to a database, what is the easist
method for doing this?  Do you simply have to setup a database, and the
logging service creates tables / columns etc, or do you have to create
the columns/tables yourself?

I've been looking at doing something like this for a while, but haven't
been able to find the time to sit down and look at it.  If I get the
database going, the ASP should be reasonably easy to code, and I'd be
happy to share :)

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Anthony Michaud 
Network Administrator 
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eLogix Corporation Pty Ltd 

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> -----Original Message-----
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> Jonathan,
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> We have logging to a database enabled since september 2001. 
> This works fine
> but the problem is that a lot of reporting software doesn't 
> work with ODBC
> logging (only textfiles).
> Our database is now about 50 GB.
> 
> BTSpider from burstek should be possible but we haven't got 
> this software
> working (also due to a lack of support from burstek).
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