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The CS File Analyse utility can be used to help with log analysis when investigating product and configuration issues. It has a number of log file parsing and abnormal situation analysis rules. These rules are primarily aimed at ClearSCADA but some others are included such as basic Citect log analysis and SCADAPack E-Series DNP3 byte log translations.

Download

Current Version is CSFileAnalyser-1-0-6033-20805.zip.

Installation and Usage

For installation and usage please see the following demos

What's New

1.0.6033.20805

  • Fixed exception when performing ICMP analysis introduced in ClearSCADA 2015 R2
  • Minor UI tweeks

For full release notes see CS File Analyser Development.

Features

CS File Analyser has parsing and analysis rules for the following file types

  • ClearSCADA
    • Dat files
    • SDE files
    • DB Logs
    • DB Snapshots Logs
    • DBClient Logs
    • Simple Driver Logs (basic)
    • DriverOPC Logs
    • Client apps that use the .Net API logging features.
    • Other ClearSCADA (basic)
  • CitectSCADA Log files (basic)
  • SCADAPack E-Series RTU comms log files where byte level logging is enabled. Can also be exported in ClearSCADA's DNP3 Driver IO log format for easy translation.

Development, Comments and Suggestions

For development info, full release history or to make any comments/suggestions, please go to CS File Analyser Development

  1. Apr 26, 2013

    Adam Woodland says:

    If you have more than 15 files to process the 'CS File Analyser' option doesn't ...

    If you have more than 15 files to process the 'CS File Analyser' option doesn't appear in the context menu, infact many options disappear.

    If you want it to process more files then just add a shortcut to the exe into your Send To menu, select all the files and send them to CS File Analyzer instead.

    1. Apr 29, 2013

      Stefan Schlatter says:

      Thanks for pointing that out Adam. This is a limitation in the Microsoft Windows...

      Thanks for pointing that out Adam. This is a limitation in the Microsoft Windows context menu (see http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2022295). The 'Send To' menu is a nice alternative/workaround for this. I future I may consider modifying the 'install' option to make CS File Analyser a 'Send To' destination rather than a direct context menu item.