Error messages or log file

José Marcio Martins da Cruz at
Thu Sep 17 11:54:35 BST 2020

Hello Robby,

On 9/17/20 2:38 AM, Robby Stephenson wrote:
> Hi, sorry it took a bit for me to respond.

Thanks. Don't worry.


>     In this case I'm not able to easily find which source didn't answer. Is there a way to find it easily ? Is it possible
>     to show some message ?
> I take it you have multiple updates active at once, such that you're not sure which didn't answer?

I'm using this to fill book records from different sources : Update Entry -> All sources.

A simple workaround I found, as this comes always from the same source, is to manually update, one source each time. 
This allows me to find which one is generating errors, and disable it. This is OK for me.


> Yeah, I understand the utility of a data source log file of sorts. At the moment, if you compile with debugging support, 
> any errors or timeouts will partially show up on the std output. My debug messages aren't always that consistent though. 
> For Amazon, at least, since I can't debug it myself, I added capability to use an environmental variable such that the 
> data output is written to a log file for later debugging.
> A general purpose log file would be useful if there multiple issues or problems. I added a wishlist bug to help me keep 
> it in mind.

Nice ! Thanks again for all.



> Thanks for the suggestion.
> Robby

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