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AW-TRACE loops through any number of remote rad. files as desired updating the base PC files in turn. It will also auto-detect the most recent rad. file in any directory on the network and can then use the remote file's name for the copied base file's name.
When AW-TRACE.EXE opens and reads the remote PC files, it does so with the correct OS semaphores such that if the remote PC file is already opened by the remote AW-RADW.EXE the OS will allow the second opening of the file.
AW-TRACE.EXE will also auto-run an external program, script or batch file with each successful update cycle which can be useful for preparing graphs then using ftp to copy them to a website.
AW-TRACE.EXE can loop through the update cycles with any time delay desired. Optionally AW-TRACE.EXE will run through the update loop just once then exit. All results are printed to the console. Aw-Trace stores setup and trace parameters in a text file which can be edited.
The 32 bit version of Aw-Trace works only on 32 bit Windows networks. It is very efficient. Program file size is 56K.
Additional features of the 16 bit dos version include auto-monitoring of up to 8 copies of our standard AW-MRAD.COM TSR program i.e. monitoring up to eight RMs per dos PC. In addition it will auto-generate ASCII files from rad. data which can include comma delimited time codes in a number of formats including UNIX, Excel (same as Lotus123, Quattro, Paradox time code), C string time and others.
A tracing example:
1. Remote RAS server with eight RMs configured to auto log-on then load Aw-Radw with each re-boot.
2. A 2nd PC with network share of a folder and AW-TRACE.EXE running with commands to trace the rad. PC files to the 2nd PC's shared folder and then run a script or batch file that prepares graphs from the traced rad. files and uses ftp to copy them to a web site.
In addition anyone on the net who wants to plot the data on their workstation can start Aw-Radw, Aw-graph or Aw-Srad with a auto-refresh plot of the traced data.
With numerous real-time plots on various workstation PCs, without AW-TRACE.EXE every TBU (say every ten seconds) all might try to download the entire data-set from the critical rad. PC. On-the-other-hand with AW-TRACE.EXE each TBU only a small header and 16 bytes of data would be downloaded.
AW-TRACE.EXE (3.2w) $99. To order just write
AW-TRACE on order form, E-Mail or phone.
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