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How to find, ''what are the changes''

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sivapathasunderam

a large cad file at sever

 

morning I had worked for an hour save & closed

 

evening one guy worked, saved & closed

How can i know that what are the changes happen to that file (what he did)

by that person

 

look forward to hear from you soon as possible

 

thanks from siva

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RobDraw

I believe that you would need a copy of the file before it was changed.

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Dadgad

Might there be a .bak file available?

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ReMark

I suppose you could track all the commands used in the drawing IF a custom lisp routine was used. But unless this routine was setup to run automatically each time a drawing is opened you would have to rely on the evening guy to run it. Is he apt to do that knowing what you might be seeking to find out about his work habits? Another option would be to maintain some sort of a logfile.

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pattyandme

LOGFILEON (Command)

 

 

 

Writes the contents of the command history to a file.

 

Summary

 

The contents of the text window are recorded in the log file until you exit the program or use the LOGFILEOFF command.

Each drawing saves a log file (with the extension .log) that may need periodic deletion as the number of log files continues to grow.

You can also control the log file with the OPTIONS command. Use the Maintain a Log File option on the Open and Save tab in the Options dialog box to turn the log file off and on. Use the Files tab to change the location of the log file.

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