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Wrench need a script to redirect the command prompt data int a log file.

Hello forum memebers,



I have to write a script to copy command arguments into a log.please see the below issue and help me to complete it.
i have command "mkidcfg" it is custiomized.I will run the command with one arguments .
mkidcfg -I _config.db_ids it will open the below options.
Code:
1 - Search for an ID
2 - Add an ID
3 - Update an ID
0 - Exit
Option: 2
Tag: a_app_cc
ID: mas
Password: mas123
1 - Search for an ID
2 - Add an ID
3 - Update an ID
0 - Exit
Option: 0

So now i want redirect the entire the data into one log file.when i open the log file . cat log
the below should be display.
Code:
1 - Search for an ID
2 - Add an ID
3 - Update an ID
0 - Exit
Option: Tag: a_app_cc - mas - mas123 .
1 - Search for an ID
2 - Add an ID
3 - Update an ID
0 - Exit

please help to me to write a script to done the above issue.I am looking forward from you....Smilie

Thanks & Regards
rajkumar_g

Last edited by Scott; 10-16-2010 at 08:30 AM.. Reason: Code tags again...
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Code:
# script -f logfile

Code:
# mkidcfg -I _config.db_ids

when you finish your job (when mkidcfg is closed)
Code:
# exit
# cat logfile

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Bug Thanks for view.

Can u please suggest me how to solve this is issue.

first command have to work then it have print in the log file.what are the operations done on th screen should be copy in log file.

please suggest any solution.Smilie
Its urgent.


Thanks in Advance
rajkumar g

Last edited by rajkumar_g; 10-18-2010 at 04:54 AM.. Reason: to change the status of the post
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