Template for HTML logfile layout

A HTML template contains the user-defined layout of logfiles generated by ITLogLib (using web page logfiles) or logmessages exported as HTML files by ITLogBook (Save As Dialog).

For your convenience you can generate a default HTML templates out of ITConfigManager or ITLogBook and modify it using a HTML editor.

 

An HTML template must contain predefined keywords ( [$<keyword>$] ) to separate the three parts of a logfile:

      Logfile header
The logfile header will be written
once at the top of each logfile and contains the HTML code following the keyword [$LOGFILEHEADER$] in the HTML template

      Logfile body
The logfile body will be written
for each logmessage and contains the HTML code between the keywords [$LOGMSGBEGIN$] and [$LOGMSGEND$]

      Logfile footer
The logfile footer will be written
once at the end of each logfile and contains the HTML code following the keyword [$LOGMSGEND$]

 

Each of the three parts may contain various predefined template variables ( $<variable name>$ ) that will be replaced either by ITLogLib or by ITLogBook when writing or exporting logfiles.

 

Note:

      The keywords [$LOGFILEHEADER$], [$LOGMSGBEGIN$] and [$LOGMSGEND$] must stand in one single HTML line.
Donít worry about its appearance viewing the template a browser.

      You also can use the header variables to set the title of the HTML page.

      The keyword lines itself does not appear in the generated or exported logfiles.

      ITLogLib and ITLogBook use the default HTML template if no special template file is specified or available.