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NAME

       ttcn3_logfilter - TTCN-3 log file filtering utility

SYNOPSIS

       ttcn3_logfilter [ -o outfile ] { eventtype (+|-) } [ input.log ]
       or
       ttcn3_logfilter -v | -h | -l

DESCRIPTION

       This  manual page is a quick reference for the TTCN-3 logfilter utility of the TTCN-3 Test
       Executor. The ttcn3_logfilter utility, which can be found in $TTCN3_DIR/bin,  filters  the
       input  log  file  given in the command line argument based on the event types in the file,
       and filter parameters given in the program argument.  The output is  then  written  to  an
       output  file  if  specified,  or to the standard output. The program is useful only if the
       variable LogEventTypes is set to Yes in section [LOGGING] of the configuration file.

OPTIONS

       Available command line switches are:

       -h        Prints help on how to use the utility.

       -l        Prints the list of supported event types.

       -o outfile
                 Puts its output into outfile.  If the file outfile exists its contents  will  be
                 overwritten. This switch is optional, when omitted the output will be printed to
                 standard output.

       -v        Prints version and license key information and exits.

ENVIRONMENT VARIABLES

       TTCN3_DIR
              The installation directory where the uncompressed binary  package  of  TTCN-3  Test
              Executor can be found.

       TTCN3_LICENSE_FILE
              It  shall  point  to  the  file  (NB:  not  to  its  directory)  that  contains the
              personalized license key for the current user or host.

BUGS

       None known at this time

SEE ALSO

       ttcn3_logformat(1), ttcn3_logmerge(1)

       The User Documentation for the TTCN-3 Test Executor.

AUTHOR

       This manpage is written by Csaba Koppany, Ericsson Telecom AB
       Copyright (c) 2000-2018 Ericsson Telecom AB
       All rights reserved. This program and the accompanying materials are made available  under
       the  terms  of the Eclipse Public License v2.0 which accompanies this distribution, and is
       available at
       https://www.eclipse.org/org/documents/epl-2.0/EPL-2.0.html