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Local Log Import Format

Local Log Import Format

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How do I Import Local Logs from a Text File?

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You will format the CSV file in the following way:

Driver ID, Timestamp, Status

  • Driver ID:
    • Must match the Primary ID in RapidLog
  • Timestamp:(mm/dd/yyyy hh:mm(am/pm))
    • 09/10/2019 05:15pm
    • 09/10/2019 17:15
  • Status:
    • 1 or 4 (1 = Off Duty, 4 = On Duty)
    • In or Out
    • On or Off
  • Violations – 0 or more columns
    • ClassSubClass in each column

CSV File Format Examples:

“123”,”01/11/2019 12:00am”,”In”
“123”,”01/11/2019 03:30pm”,”Out”
“123”,”01/11/2019 16:30″,”ON”
“123”,”01/12/2019 02:00″,”OFF”
“234”,”01/12/2019 01:01″,”1″,”v1″,”u4″,”s3″
“234”,”01/12/2019 03:12″,”4″,”r2″

File Import Instructions:

  1. Edit the Directories section in the C:\Windows\rl5.ini file by adding EobLogImportRoot=Your Data folder.
    • Example:¬†EobLogImportRoot=C:\ProgramData\RapidLog\Data
  2. The local log import file has to be saved as a .CSV file
  3. In the company data folder you will need to create a folder named EclipseLocal
  4. Copy your local log .CSV file to the RapidLog\Data\Company\EclipseLocal folder
  5. To import the local log .CSV file run the following command:
    • “C:\Program Files (x86)\RapidLog\RapidLog.exe” RLCompanyCode -L EclipseLocalFormat
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