Syntax for specifying data file upload to Millisecond.com


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lakeside
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I am unable to get my web script to upload data files to Millisecond.com. Please advise. Logs indicate running with MonkeyMode = true produces no finished time stamp. Running manually, produces a finished time stamp but no data. No errors are present. An Inquisit data upload window flashes after the script with no errors. Data are not being written to my computer desktop.

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Script URL: http://research.millisecond.com/keatingd/ModIGTwave2v1.web?subjectid=46
Plugin: Inquisit Web Player 4.0.9

<data>
/file = "https://www.millisecond.com/"
/columns = [date, time, script.subjectid, script.groupid, script.elapsedtime, computer.availablememory,
                    blockcode, blocknum, values.count_igtblocks, trialcode, trialnum, values.cardoffered, values.groupnumber,
                    values.defaultresponse, values.targetdeck,
                    response, values.response, latency, values.forcedwins1, values.forcedwins2, values.forcedwins3, values.forcedwins4,
                    values.gain, values.loss, values.netchange, expressions.feedback, values.currenttotal, values.nettotal_block,
                    expressions.percent_goodplay_block, values.number_goodplay_block, values.total_gooddeck_block,
                    expressions.percent_badplay_block, values.number_badplay_block, values.total_baddeck_block,
                    expressions.netscore_block;
                    expressions.percent_goodplay, values.number_goodplay, values.total_gooddeck,
                    expressions.percent_badplay, values.number_badplay, values.total_baddeck;
                    expressions.netscore_total]
</data>




Dave
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Saving to the millisecond.com server is the default behavior.

Simply delete the /file attribute in your <data> element. You only need to specify that if you want your data saved somewhere else.

Edited 5 Years Ago by Dave
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