I created a routine, LogData, that is pretty simple, it accepts
I use this routine to log when the script starts and stops as well as a basic error handling routine. When I’m using it to handle errors, the strMessage
variable is usually a combination of Err.Number, Err.Description as well as text that might say what I wanted to have happen when the error occurred.
This is an integer between 0 and 4 that determines the icon that will appear in the Application log on a Windows based computer.
- 0 = Success
- 1 = Error
- 2 = Warning
- 3 = Information
This is a string variable that holds the body of the message, usually in my scripts this is built in another function.