Growing analysis.log -file
Thread poster: Heinrich Pesch

Heinrich Pesch  Identity Verified
Finland
Local time: 19:45
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Sep 29, 2008

Every time I analyse a file or a bunch of files in Workbench the log-file is incremented by the new results. The most recent results are at the bottom of the file. I would like this function to behave diferently, for every new analysis a new file should be created and stored at the location of the respective files. Do you think this is possible to achieve in Workbench?

Regards
Heinrich


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Katalin Horváth McClure  Identity Verified
United States
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Yes, you can set the log file Sep 30, 2008

When you open Workbench, and go to Analyse, or CleanUp or basically any of the Tool items, there is a button that says Log File.
Click on that.
You can select Browse (this is what you use to specify the location and the name of the log file), or View (this is to view the contents of the Log file) and Delete (obvious).

So, Select Browse and navigate to the directory where you want the log file to be, and give it a name as you wish, then click Save.

You are done.


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