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Sentinel 0.11.0.0

This is an older release. Please see the latest click once release.
Rating:        Based on 2 ratings
Reviewed:  2 reviews
Downloads: 375
Released: Jun 20, 2015
Updated: Jun 20, 2015 by yarseyah
Dev status: Beta Help Icon

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Application Sentinel 0.11.0.0.zip
application, 1619K, uploaded Jun 20, 2015 - 64 downloads

Release Notes

Changes

Main feature of this release is the reintroduction of the command-line options for launching Sentinel straight into a listening state. This feature was removed after the introduction of the session management functionality in 0.10.0.0, however, it is sometimes convenient to quickly launch a new logger without going through the wizard or modifying a SNTL session save file.

Note, getting to the command line for the ClickOnce version is fairly tough, for command line access, it is recommended to use the non-ClickOnce download.

Command line options

If no command line options are specified, the standard New Session wizard will launch at start-up.

Launch with NLog listener enabled

sentinel nlog [-p portNumber] [-udp|-tcp]

Defaults to port 9999 and Udp if not specified.

Launch with Log4Net listener enabled

sentinel log4net [-p portNumber] 

Defaults to port 9999 if not specified.

Launch with previously saved session file

sentinel filename.SNTL

Reviews for this release

     
Hi all, Neither winrar nor "compressed folder tool" were able to extract all files from the zip file. Two assembiles seemed to be erroneous. Best regards, d.p.
by codus_plexus on Jun 29, 2015 at 6:57 AM
Will take a look.
Reply by yarseyah (N/A) on Jul 12, 2015 at 3:49 PM
     
click one version works however the zip version does not work. There is a runtime error about Newtonsoft.Json related. The clickonce version opens however everytime I open it I have to configure it again???
by rahmanm on Jun 27, 2015 at 11:05 AM
The clickonce version, like the non-clickonce version has several start up options. The mode you're seeing is the defaulted "what do you want it to do" mode. If you want it to launch using previous settings, change the command line (shortcut) to reference a session file or use the other command line options.
Reply by yarseyah (N/A) on Jul 12, 2015 at 3:51 PM