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Re: st: stata logfile in Dropbox


From   Red Owl <rh.redowl@liu.edu>
To   <statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu>
Subject   Re: st: stata logfile in Dropbox
Date   Thu, 26 Dec 2013 23:07:02 -0500

Michael,

I just tried this with my own Dropbox, and it worked fine.
I left a log open for a few minutes and ran several Stata
procedures during that time.

I opened the log file in my Dropbox several times during that
process and was able to see the complete, updated log after
each additional Stata process.

The only difference I can see between my test and yours is that
I have moved my Dropbox away from my C: drive under Windows and
that I am using Windows 8.1.  Since your Dropbox is located in
the default folder on the C: drive, that might cause some write
permission issue.  The C: drive often has permission issues.

Red Owl
redowl@liu.edu


> Michael Stewart wrote at Thu, 26 Dec 2013 22:13:00 -0500:
>
> I was wondering if it is possible for Stata to start a log file in the
dropbox.
> Many time, when I start long jobs(which might take hours), It  might
> be great if I can check output from my smart phone.With this in mind,
> I started a log file in my drop box account. My code is as follows
>
> I am using Stata 12 .
> Platform: Windows 7
>
> **************************************************
> capture log close
> cd "C:/Users/mike/Dropbox/_stata_output"
> log using stata.log,replace
> ***************************************************
>
> The log file starts after the above set of commands are issued but it
> doesn't get updated .
>
> I always see the following output
>
> ***************************************************
>       name:  <unnamed>
>        log:  C:\Users\mike\Dropbox\_stata_output\stata.log
>   log type:  text
>  opened on:  26 Dec 2013, 20:43:39
> end of do-file
> ***************************************************
>
> Any ideas thought are welcome.

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