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That did the trick. Next time I am in Sweden - you get free beer! Thank you. I left off the date commands as suggested, and can see the whole log - I will play with the date formats till I get it right. I'm still going ahead and studying some SQL. This issue is coming up more frequently in my work and I wish and need to know more. Have a GREAT day. > On Wed, 29 Apr 2009 12:53:13 -0400 (EDT), "Mike Kay" > <mikekay at channelk.ca> wrote: >>> Try this (tested on a CVSNT repo audited by MSSQL Server, but the >>> command should be almost identical: >>> >>> SELECT Command, [Date], Username, Hostname, VirtRepos >>> FROM SessionLog >>> WHERE >>> (Command='update' OR Command='checkout') >>> AND ([Date] > '2006-01-05') >>> AND ([Date] < '2006-02-01') >>> >>> Notice the brackets surrounding Date, needed on MSSQL since Date is a >>> reserved word and here is also defining a column name. Bracketing >>> makes sure it is treated as a column name. >>> >>> Enter your own dates here... >>> >>> Of course there are more stuff possible to do on Commit and Tag >>> commands because they supply more data into the auditing.... > >>Well I'm back on this little project again after getting sidetracked with >>1000 other projects. >> >>I tried the commands as posted - ran execute - and absolutely nothing >>happens except for a quick blink of the screen. >> >>For me, there are a bunch of issues here - I am out of my depth being the >>number one. I'm not sure if the code incorrect, if my Explorer is >>non-functioning - or if I need different commands for SQLite. >> >>I'm going to join an SQLite forum and see if I can get help there. >> >>Can I not just go straight into the tables and look at the data? >> >>Thanks again for all the help and support. > > As you might have seen from other posts in this forum the Audit table > column names have changed over time so if you database is of later > vintage than mine you should probably use this commadn instead: > > SELECT Command, StartTime, Username, Hostname, VirtRepos > FROM SessionLog > WHERE > (Command='update' OR Command='checkout') > AND (StartTime > '2006-01-05') > AND (StartTime < '2006-02-01') > > Notice also that if you do not use the two last lines the returned > dataset will not be time limited. > Another notice: > It might be a problem with using dates since the format sometimes is > localized and then you need to use the one appropriate for your > location. > I'd start without the two last lines to push that issue ahead a bit. > > > > -- > > /Bo > (Bo Berglund, developer in Sweden) > _______________________________________________ > cvsnt mailing list > cvsnt at cvsnt.org cvsnt downloads at march-hare.com @CVSNT on Twitter CVSNT on Facebook > http://www.cvsnt.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/cvsnt https://www.march-hare.com/cvspro/en.asp#downcvs > > Upgrade to CVS Suite for more features and support: > http://march-hare.com/cvsnt/ > The highest achievement possible is compassion.