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diff in file format of trace and errorlog

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is it possible to convert the format of errorlog file into a trace file format?

the errorlog sits in C:\Program Files\Microsoft SQL Server\MSSQL10_50.MSSQLSERVER\MSSQL\Log\ERRORLOG
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Why do you want the readable error log file in trace format?
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so i can query it with selects.. or see how many rows are there etc

both are rows+columns format.. so was hoping to use like trace file
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just checking that possibility
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VENKAT KOKULLA earned 500 total points
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Please go through below site might it will helpout:

http://www.sqlmgmt.com/ProductDetail.aspx?Id=106
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VENKAT1242, I am interested in the errorlog file first- if it can be converted into trace.
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