Serial Logger Service is a Windows service that records all data received on a serial port to a file on a disk
Serial Logger Service is a Windows NT/2000/XP service that records all data received on a serial port to a file on a disk or to an ODBC database. It was originally designed to record SMDR telephone traffic data from a corporate phone system (PBX) for later analysis.
For this reason, it was conceived to be very robust and includes features to notify an administrator if no data is received in a certain amount of time. However, Serial Logger Service is generic enough to be useful whenever one-way serial traffic needs to be recorded.
Unlike most other serial logging applications, Serial Logger Service runs as a service so that it starts as soon as the operating system starts and doesn’t require a user to log in and run it. Since services are an advanced operating system feature.
· When the service starts, it randomly picks a time from 0 to 14 days after which the service will stop itself.
· 30 day trial
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