At work we use a simple Telnet-prompt for picking orders witch looks like this:
The problem is that the Item-number that is printed on the boxes are not the same as the Item-number in the Telnet-prompt.
If logging is enabled in telnet, is it possible to scan that file and make a gui with some info and picture pop up depending on what the last item-number is in the file?
The log looks like this:
Item :30105901 UOM :TH Qty :14 From Sub :DJ From Loc :DJ.34.. To LPN >STO222135008 To Sub :UTLAST To Loc :UTLAST... <Drop> <Discrepancy> <Skip Task> <Cancel> Item :30112608 UOM :TH Qty :2 From Sub :DJ From Loc :DJ.38.. To LPN > To Sub :UTLAST To Loc :UTLAST... <Drop/Next> <Drop> <Discrepancy> <Skip Task> <Cancel>
The only thing that is interesting is the last 13 lines of that file. I do not want anything to show if it does not match and I want to be able to add different pictures+info for each item-number. The last 5 rows in that example is the only thing that does not change.
Is that possible and could someone point me in the right direction?