Its practically impossible to get certified copy of all orders in a proceeding. Because normally in a civil litigation there are a number of hearings and adjuducation is made each and every day in the main suit as well as in the interlocutary application if any pending. The Dairy which you refer is not a diary maintained by the judge, but on the other hand its a diary maintained by the court. This diary is seldom accessed by the judge, but by the court clerks. The Judge makes the order in the suit docket and this will be carried or copied by the clerks in the court to the diary with date, number of the case and the next date and for which it is posted. This diary in technical terms known as A-Diary or Adjudication diary
A certified copy is usually applied for a single application or a batch of application or for a judgment and decree which concludes a suit . Certified copies can be applied even for documents filed by either side (plaintiff or defendant) and even for plaint, written statement copy and deposition copies of either side.
Usually no one will want to obtain a certified copy for the entire hearing in a proceeding. But i dont know why you require the certified copy for the whole proceeding. In my opinion you dont need this. Just file a copy application for the order or judgment against which you would like to prefer appeal, revision or likewise in a superior court.
If possible get assistance from a lawyer and proceed with your case