Diagnostics(How to view the log files)

Hi All,
In weblogic 9.2MP3,
In the console navigate through the following ,
Diagnostics->log files->server logs.
Click on customize this table.
Select logging as custom.
My question is what should be the Start Time and End Time format when logging selected is custom.
I tried giving different formats but was not successful in viewing the logs for the said date and time.
Any help on this would be highly appreciated.

The format of the start and end timestamp ranges are "MM/dd/yy HH:mm:ss" for example 12/01/09 12:00:00. Give this a try.

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