Desktop Help


Importing from iPhone

posted Dec 8, 2010, 4:15 PM by Raj Burgul   [ updated Dec 8, 2010, 4:19 PM ]

Click iPhone import and navigate to the csv file that you have exported from the iPhone app.
Make sure the filetype is set to 'csv'.
Click OK.
Always check your data.
Note the 2 comments fields get amalgamated into one.

Importing from previous logbook

posted Dec 8, 2010, 4:11 PM by Raj Burgul   [ updated Dec 8, 2010, 4:18 PM ]

Importing from Previous Logbook

Have your old 'Logfile' handy.

Again enter using guest access and put in your details along with NEW password.

Click the import tab and select 'Import from old logbook'

In the browse dialogue, navigate to your old Logfile.usr file.

Make sure the file type is set to 'Filemaker Pro Files'

Note you will be asked for the password for your old logbook during import.


Keep your old Logfile.usr file safe.

The other files associated with the old logbook can be discarded.

First run

posted Dec 8, 2010, 4:09 PM by Raj Burgul

Decompressing the zip file will result in a folder.

Please keep the contents of the folder together.

Within the folder there are 2 key files.


Radiology Logbook is the application that drives the logbook.

Logfile is the datafile containing your precious data.

Keep Logfile safe. Regularly make backup copies.


Double click the Radiology Logbook application

If you are a new user then select guest access.

You will be asked to enter your Name, NTN number and a password.

You will then be taken to the instructions page.

Read the instructions.

Then Click 'Return to Logbook'

Overview

posted Nov 16, 2010, 1:46 PM by Raj Burgul   [ updated Dec 8, 2010, 4:09 PM ]

Click help to display the built-in help screen.
Also you may hover the cursor over items to display help.

The desktop logbook databse is a Filemaker Pro runtime solution. 
The key file that contains your data is called Logfile.usr.
Keep this file safe and back it up regularly.
The logfile file will only run from within the logbook folder which contains many other files necessary to run the system.
It is possible to keep multiple copies of the logfile within the folder and double click them or drop them on the Logbook application to run.
However care must be taken not to mix up the various copies.

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