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I have 3 block data with start and end time(Process Begining and Proces Ending). I need to discard 2 block data (sql extract) and get start and end time for one remaining
log file looks like this
Process Beginning - 2016-04-02-00.36.13
Putting Files To daADadD for File will move to /sadafJJHFASJFFASJ/
Extract Files :-/ASFDSHAF_ABC_2016-04-02.csv /ASFDSHAF_ABC.2016-04-02.csv / ASFDSHAF_ABC.2016-04-02.csv /ASFDSHAF_ABC.2016-04-02.csv /
Process Ending - 2016-04-02-00.36.36
Process Beginning - 2016-04-02-10.01.20
Extract Files :-/sdshsdhsh_cvb.2016-04-02.csv /sqlextract.2016-04-02.csv /sqlextract.2016-04-02.csv
Process Ending - 2016-04-02-10.01.21
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