UNLOG

Removes a log from logging control

Platform:

OEM719, OEM729, OEM7500, OEM7600, OEM7700, OEM7720, PwrPak7, SPAN CPT7, SMART7, SMART2

Firmware Stream:     

This command is used to remove a specific log request from the system.

Message ID: 36

Abbreviated ASCII Syntax:

UNLOG [port] message

Input Example:

UNLOG com1 bestposa

UNLOG bestposa

The UNLOG command is used to remove one or more logs while leaving other logs unchanged.

Binary

Field

Field Name

Binary Value

Description

Format

Binary Bytes

Binary Offset

1

UNLOG (binary) header

(See Table: Binary Message Header Structure)

This field contains the message header

-

H

0

2

port

See Table: Detailed Port Identifier (decimal port values greater than 16 may be used)

Port to which log is being sent

Enum

4

H

3

message

Any valid message ID

Message ID of log to output

Ushort

2

H+4

4

message type

Bits 0-4 = Reserved

Bits 5-6 = Format

00 = Binary

01 = ASCII

10 = Abbreviated ASCII, NMEA

11 = Reserved

Bit 7 = Response Bit (Message Responses)

0 = Original Message

1 = Response Message

Message type of log

Char

1

H+6

5

Reserved

Char

1

H+7

ASCII

Field

Field Type

ASCII
Value

Binary Value

Description

Format

Binary Bytes

Binary Offset

1

UNLOG (ASCII) header

-

-

This field contains the command name or the message header depending on whether the command is abbreviated ASCII or ASCII, respectively

-

H

0

2

port

See Table: Detailed Port Identifier (decimal port values greater than 16 may be used)

Port to which log is being sent

(default = THISPORT)

Enum

4

H

3

message

Message Name

N/A

Message Name of log to be disabled

Ulong

4

H+4