How to Add Objects to an Object Class.
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After creating the alog. This adds the alog. Description The alog command reads standard input, writes to standard output, and copies the output into a fixed-size file. Use the -C flag with the -f , -s , and -w flags to change the File , Size , and Verbosity attributes for the specified LogType.
The -t LogType flag is required. Using the -C flag with -s Size only changes the size value in ODM and does not change the size of the actual log file. You must have root user authority to change alog attributes. Examples To record the current date and time in a log file named sample. How to Add Objects to an Object Class. Changes the attributes for a specified LogType. Specifies the name of a log file. If the specified log file does not exist, one is created.
Use the -f LogFile flag with the -C and -t flags to change the File attribute for a LogType defined in the alog configuration database. Displays the usage of the alog command. Lists the log types currently defined in the alog configuration database. The current values of the File , Size , and Verbosity attributes are listed as colon separated values: Lists the contents of the log file.
Writes the contents of the log file to standard output in sequential order. Copies standard input to a log file but does not write to standard output. Specifies the size limit of the log file in bytes. The space for the log file is reserved when it is created. If you create a new log file and do not specify the Size attribute, the minimum size, bytes, is used. If the log file already exists, its size will be changed.
The size you specify is rounded upward to the next integral multiple of bytes. The maximum size for a log file is 2 GB. If the specified size is greater than 2 GB, only 2 GB is considered. If you decrease the size of the log file, the oldest entries in the log are deleted if they do not fit within the new size limit. You must have write permission for the log file to change its size.
IsAfter Determines if the current element appears after a specified element in document order. IsBefore Determines if the current element appears before a specified element in document order. LookupNamespace Resolves the namespace prefix in the context of the current node. LookupPrefix Finds the corresponding prefix for a namespace uri in the current element scope. MemberwiseClone Inherited from Object. Remove Removes the current element from its parent. RemoveAllChildren Removes all child elements of the current element.
RemoveAttribute Removes the attribute from the current element. RemoveNamespaceDeclaration Removes the namespace declaration for the specified prefix. Removes nothing if there is no prefix. SetAttribute Sets an attribute to the specified element. If the attribute is a known attribute, the value of the attribute is set. If the attribute is an extended attribute, the 'openxmlAttribute' is added to the extended attributes list.
SetAttributes Sets a number of attributes to the element. If an attribute is a known attribute, the value of the attribute is set. If an attribute is an extended attribute, the 'openxmlAttribute' is added to the extended attributes list. ToString Inherited from Object.
Initializes a new instance of the TableIndentation class. Gets all the child nodes of the current element. Gets all extended attributes attributes not defined in the schema of the current element. Gets the first child of the OpenXmlElement element. Gets a boolean value that indicates whether the current element has any attributes. Gets a value that indicates whether the current element has any child elements. Gets the concatenated values of the node and all of its children.
Gets or sets the markup that only represents child elements of the current element. Gets the last child of the OpenXmlElement element. Gets the local name of the element. Sets the markup compatibility attributes. Gets all the namespace declarations defined in the current element. Gets the namespace URI of the current element.
Gets the OpenXmlEementContext of the current element. Gets the markup that represents the current element and all of its child elements. Gets the parent element of the current element.
Gets the namespace prefix of current element. Gets the qualified name of the current element. Adds an object to the current OpenXmlElement element's list of annotations. Adds a namepace declaration to the current node. Enumerates all of the current element's ancestors. Get the first annotation object of the specified type from the current OpenXmlElement element. Gets a collection of annotations with the specified type for the current OpenXmlElement element.
Appends each element from an array of elements to the end of the current element's list of child elements. Appends each element from a list of elements to the end of the current element's list of child elements. Appends the specified element to the end of the current element's list of child nodes.
Clears all of the attributes, including both known attributes and extended attributes. Creates a duplicate of the current node. Creates a duplicate of this node. Enumerate all of the current element's descendants of type T. Enumerates only the current element's children that have the specified type.
Enumerates all of the sibling elements that follow the current element and have the same parent as the current element. Enumerates all of the sibling elements that precede the current element and have the same parent as the current element. Gets a list that contains a copy of all the attributes.
Returns an enumerator that iterates through the child collection. Finds the first child element in type T. Inserts the specified element immediately after the specified reference element.