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Sybase Rep Server log message to error log

Posted on 2011-09-12
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I am looking for a way to put a string in the sybase rep server error log.  Essentially, the equivalent to ASEs "dbcc logprint".  Note: I do not want to simply append to the log via this method "echo 'aaaa' >> errorlogfile.err"
I have no idea how the API for log files for  sybase rep server works and I can't risk bringing down the system with a silly action

Anyone know how?  I feel a bit silly but I just can't find the command syntax anywhere.
Thanks
knel
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admin echo, 'Hello World!', with_log

HTH,

- David
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Perfect.  Thanks.
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