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How to put errorlog file of current day into one html file?

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How to put errorlog file of current day into one html file? So it would be easier for DBA doing daily check. Or do you have any good idea to check errorlog more directly and easily?
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You can always roll over the errorlog each day, and increase the number of error logs to match the number you need to retain (or create an archiving process on the logs after rollover).
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X-men, seems LogParser is a pretty good tool.

How to write the command line such as  
   LogParser "select date, ... from ..." ...
for getting information from SQL errorlog?

Could you give me one or two examples?
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example:

LogParser.exe "SELECT TO_TIMESTAMP(STRCAT(STRCAT(DATE,' '), TIME), 'yyyy-MM-dd hh:mm:ss') as DateTime, Source, Message FROM 'C:\Program Files\Microsoft SQL Server\MSSQL.1\MSSQL\LOG\ERRORLOG*'" -i:TSV -iSeparator:spaces -iHeaderFile:C:\SQLErrorLogHeader.txt -headerRow:OFF -nskiplines:5 -o:DATAGRID
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