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  Reply # 1211262 9-Jan-2015 16:22
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Best thing to check is the log for start and end dates.

The only time EPGC will restrict the data is if you set the number of days required on the advanced tab. Otherwise you get everything the broadcaster sends.



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  Reply # 1211340 9-Jan-2015 18:13
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Soooo, the epg data end for the channels scanned finish on the 17th of jan but I only have epg data until Thursday which is the 15th. I need to figure out attaching the output file.

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 1211493 10-Jan-2015 07:59
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More help needed please! My EPG data is showing an end date of the 18th now. That means each day the data is updating by a day. However only some of my EPG data is showing. I do not have 1234 etc. I am totally lost as how to post the stream dump. I am thinking the data is only being sent through every few days or so

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