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ErrorStdOut to file

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I'm using the /ErrorStdOut parameter when running my script, so the user doesn't see ugly error messages. But I do want to log them to a file. How might I accomplish this?

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aisc

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You might run your script this way: YourScript.exe >> C:\Temp\Logs\YourScript.log

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#3 ·  Posted (edited)

You might run your script this way: YourScript.exe >> C:\Temp\Logs\YourScript.log

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Nice! ;)

This looks like it does the trick from command line:

MyScript /ErrorStdOut >> log.txt

But it won't take that syntax, if I try to make a Windows shortcut like that. I tried to make a batch file with that text instead, but the command window hangs out until the script finishes. My script may run for hours. Any other suggestions to make a shortcut that does this?

Thanks,

aisc

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