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Increasing Date Range in Notes Log Reports

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I have Notes R5, and am trying to do a usage analysis of our remote sales people regarding how much time they are spending on the modem retrieving email.  The report view in the Notes log (Notes log, phone calls, by User), shows only a rolling period of 5 days.  I would like to see the whole month?  Any ideas?
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by:HemanthaKumar
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Check your notes.ini for LOG parameter
eg:
Log=log.nsf, 1, 0, 7, 40000

variable 1 = log's file name
variable 2 = logging options to be added together
1= log to console
2= force database fixup when opening log
4= full document scan (as opposed to quick scan or open)
variable 3 = not currently used
variable 4 = number of days at which to delete log documents
variable 5 = size of log text in event documents


~Hemanth
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by:kevsh
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So if I increase variable 4 to a value of 30 than it will keep 30 days worth.  Is there a way I can localize it to just the call data though?  It seem that all the reports in the Log file will start accumulating 30 days worth of data.

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So if I increase variable 4 to a value of 30 than it will keep 30 days worth.  Is there a way I can localize it to just the call data though?  It seem that all the reports in the Log file will start accumulating 30 days worth of data.

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by:kevsh
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So if I increase variable 4 to a value of 30 than it will keep 30 days worth.  Is there a way I can localize it to just the call data though?  It seem that all the reports in the Log file will start accumulating 30 days worth of data.

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by:HemanthaKumar
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What do you mean by localize ? Do you want to keep it in your local ?
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by:kevsh
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What I meant was if there was a way to keep the 30 day parameter to just the call usage reports, but now I realize the Log.nsf uses the same data but represents it in different views, so disregard that.  Please confirm if changing var4 to 30 will make my log accumulate 30 days worth of data?  And do you have any idea if this will adversely effet my cache or memory is the data held increased to 30 days..thanks!
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Yes it will work. And it should not affect your memory/cache, But disk space... YES !

Do a trial run and see if it is within the scope of hard disk capacity.
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