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hicks
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Time parsing error

Hi, I have been trying to create a new ini file, but i keep getting time parsing error.
index_start.scrub {single|"startdatetime":"||","|enddatetime}
index_start.modify{calcuate(format=time, HH:mm)}

The error in the logs is as follows:
time parsing error : String was not recognized as a valid DateTime.
start time scrubbed : 1403193600
computer date/time format: 6/19/2014 2:30:40 PM
execution stopped

 
I tried the same method for another website it worked fine.
Can someone help me out by telling were I am going wrong.

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Just do
 
index_start.scrub {single(debug)|"startdatetime":"||","|enddatetime}
index_start.modify{calcuate(debug format=time, HH:mm)}

 
And look in the logging, what is printed. Should give you some more info.
Probably, your modify doesn't need to be there. You will see in the logging.

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Ok, tire it and got the following log:
Debugging information SiteIni
Element:  INDEX_START
Modify
     command & arguments : calcuate(debug format=time, HH:mm)
     Element value before operation:
empty element before the operation!
     Element value after operation:

Debugging information SiteIni
Element:  INDEX_START
html source written to : C:\ProgramData\ServerCare\WebGrab\html.source.htm
scrub strings:
     type & arguments : single(debug)
     blockstart   (bs): "startdatetime":"
     elementstart (es):
     elementend   (ee): ","
     blockend     (be): enddatetime

Separated html block(s), number of blocks = 1
----------begin--block----------
1403193600","enddatetime
----------end----block----------

Separated Element(s) (es) applied
----------begin--element----------
1403193600","enddatetime
----------end----element----------

Separated Element(s) (es) and (ee) applied of block 0
----------begin--element----------
1403193600
----------end----element----------

Elements , type single applied
----------begin--element----------
1403193600
----------end----element----------

Debugging information SiteIni
Element:  INDEX_START
Modify
     command & arguments : calcuate(debug format=time, HH:mm)
     Element value before operation:
1403193600
     Element value after operation:
1403193600

time parsing error : String was not recognized as a valid DateTime.
start time scrubbed : 1403193600
computer date/time format: 6/19/2014 2:58:32 PM
execution stopped

 

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And what if you comment out the
index_start.modify{calcuate(debug format=time, HH:mm)}
line?

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when commented out, got the following error:
 
Debugging information SiteIni
Element:  INDEX_START
html source written to : C:\ProgramData\ServerCare\WebGrab\html.source.htm
scrub strings:
     type & arguments : single(debug)
     blockstart   (bs): "startdatetime":"
     elementstart (es):
     elementend   (ee): ","
     blockend     (be): enddatetime

Separated html block(s), number of blocks = 1
----------begin--block----------
1403193600","enddatetime
----------end----block----------

Separated Element(s) (es) applied
----------begin--element----------
1403193600","enddatetime
----------end----element----------

Separated Element(s) (es) and (ee) applied of block 0
----------begin--element----------
1403193600
----------end----element----------

Elements , type single applied
----------begin--element----------
1403193600
----------end----element----------

time parsing error : String was not recognized as a valid DateTime.
start time scrubbed : 1403193600
computer date/time format: 6/19/2014 3:07:22 PM
execution stopped

 

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Ok,
 
Using the syntax highlighting of Notepad++, I found the error:
 
index_start.modify{calcuate(debug format=time, HH:mm)}
should be
index_start.modify{calculate(debug format=time, HH:mm)}

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Hey that worked... but i am not able to see the difference between both lines. is it an extra space??

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Oh.. i see; its the missing 'L' in calculate... that was really stupid of me... i should try installing notepad++
Finally got filmon.com to work... will send you the ini in a day...
 
Thanks Francis

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