[AG-TECH] error launching ag3 venue from scheduler - WindowsXP
willing at vislab.uq.edu.au
Fri Dec 1 13:59:43 CST 2006
On 02/12/2006, at 5:26 AM, Jim Miller wrote:
> That seems to work. I need to have the Venue Client running before
> I click the link, else I get an error something like Cannot launch
> It is not that big of a deal though. Works great if I have the
> client running.
Thats what the "venueClient._IsValid()" used to be for in AG2 i.e. it
would check whether a VenueClient was actually running or not (and
cause one to be started up if necessary). However the
"venueClient._IsValid" doesn't work in AG3 and leaving that line in
results in an attempt to launch a new VenueClient whether its needed
or not, causing a new error if one is already running.
You could take your pick of which behaviour you prefer; either leave
that line in if you'll always be starting out with no VenueClient
running already, or leave that line out if you're happy to always
have a VenueClient running already.
Maybe a bugzilla report will result in a working VenueClient._IsValid
() in the next release?
> Christoph Willing wrote:
>> On 01/12/2006, at 2:58 AM, Jim Miller wrote:
>>> I am getting an error launching a venue from the scheduler within
>>> Traceback (most recent call last):
>>> File "C:\Program Files\AGTk-3\bin\GoToVenue3.py", line 10, in ?
>>> from AccessGrid.VenueClient import VenueClientIW
>>> ImportError: cannot import name VenueClientIW
>>> Does anyone know of a fix?
>> Change that line to:
>> from AccessGrid.interfaces.VenueClient_client import
>> You'll also need to comment out or remove the line (around line
>> 77) which reads:
>> (that change may not be a totally good thing to do, but at least
>> lets the app run)
>> Christoph Willing +61 7 3365 8350
>> QCIF Access Grid Manager
>> University of Queensland
Christoph Willing +61 7 3365 8350
QCIF Access Grid Manager
University of Queensland
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