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Unable to download datasets after data import

bcp075bcp075 Posts: 37
edited April 2014 via Email in General Discussion
Hello All, We encountered an issue on one of our study when we try to download the datasets in the in "Tab delimited Text or Excel sheet" and "SPSS Syntax and Data" we receive the OpenClinica Error but "CDISC ODM XML 1.3" format is working fine..
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  • haenselhaensel Posts: 570 ✭✭

    Is there anything unusual in the log files?
    BTW could you add which OC version you're using?
  • bcp075bcp075 Posts: 37
    via Email
    Thank you very your reply.
    I am not familiar with the log file and i don't know where they are. ;-)
    I am using OC version 3.0.3
  • haenselhaensel Posts: 570 ✭✭
    edited March 2014
    you can find a few infos in the OpenClinica Wikibook

    for Ubuntu the log files are in /var/lib/tomcat6/logs/ or /var/log/tomcat6/
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  • bcp075bcp075 Posts: 37
    via Email
    Hello haensel,
  • bcp075bcp075 Posts: 37
    via Email
    Dear All,
    Is there anyone that uses google map in the OpenClinica where the data entry will select the location via google map and when do the data extract the location information (lat. long. country, Province/state, city, street will be capture? or is this possible in OpenClinica?
     Thank you & best regards,George
  • GerbenRienkGerbenRienk Posts: 765 ✭✭✭
    Hi George,
    Yes, it is possible to have a clickable GoogleMap in your CRF.

    You must include the library of functions, but if your security setup allows this, then the attached CRF does the trick. It starts with a map which you can zoom and scroll. When you click it, the coordinates are written to a CRF item. When you save and re-open it, it will put a marker on the map of your saved location (called saved location).
    I hope this is what you meant.
    Kind regards,
    Gerben Rienk
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