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Setting the timestamp of an event using part of the filename.

las
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Hi.

I have an application that runs once a day, just past midnight, and produces a file 20130628_000000_agent_statistics.csv, now since the file is produced at the 29th of June the modtime is 29. ‎juni ‎2013, ‏‎00:25:02.

Therefore when indexing this file, setting DATETIME_CONFIG = NONE is not an option, as it will revert to modtime.

Is the only option to get this type of file indexed right, to mess with datetime.xml, or are there other possibilities?

Kind regards

las

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las
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As this setup is batch orientated, I changed approach, and made a script to pull out the timestamp from the filename, and prepend it to the data.

Then it is a walk in the park to index the file correctly.

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las
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As this setup is batch orientated, I changed approach, and made a script to pull out the timestamp from the filename, and prepend it to the data.

Then it is a walk in the park to index the file correctly.

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