> Still can't get this thing to work for me. Placed fakemail into my c: =
> dir and still getting error messages.
> If there is an error in the data set, does the program quit with the =
> market analysis? Or does it just skip that symbol and move to the next =
If there is simply an error in the data set, it should print:
Errors occurred while processing [symbol]
and attempt to process the data anyway, omitting unparsable records (and
if every record is bad, resulting in an empty data set). However, there
are other kinds of errors that can occur (some originating in the GUI), so
I need to know precisely what error messages you're getting in order to try
to diagnose your problem.
> -----Original Message-----
> Subject: Re: [MAS-discuss] Hello?=20
> > Thanks again Jim for the help...
> > Ok... I set the environment variable up, but now I'm unsure of what to =
> > =3D run exactly and in what order:
> > Do I run:
> > 1 - server batch
> > 2 - fake mailer match
> > 3 - client btach and run market analysis?
> Hi Chris - I think the problem is that, since you've set the variable to
> \chrisyeoh\My Documents\Investments\mas1.6.5\bin\fake_mailer.bat, the =
> in that path is causing a problem. When mas tries to execute the
> fake_mailer script, it asks the DOS shell to run the script. Since DOS
> doesn't know how to handle paths with a space in them, it is failing. A
> simple solution is to move the fake_mailer.bat file somewhere where the =
> won't have a space (e.g., c:\scripts\fake_mailer.bat) and then set up =
> registrant again with the new env. variable setting; if you want to keep =
> where it is, you might be able to protect the space in the env. variable
> setting from being eaten by DOS, but I don't know how to do that on =
> (On UNIX, you simply put a backslash before the space.)
> > I did that and I got this:=20
> > =
> > Result for aeg is empty - symbol may be invalid.
> > Result for blud is empty - symbol may be invalid.
> > Result for egn is empty - symbol may be invalid.
> > Error occurred initiating transfer: Connection timeout
> > Result for pds is empty - symbol may be invalid.
> > Result for pkx is empty - symbol may be invalid. 'C:\Documents' is not =
> > recognized as an internal or external command, operable program or=20
> > batch file. Notification to user chris failed with error: Command=20
> > 'C:\Documents and Settings
> > \chrisyeoh\My Documents\Investments\mas1.6.5\bin\fake_mailer.bat -s =
> '43 =3D
> > TA
> > Event
> > s Received at 05/16/2003, 7:19:10.13 PM (Notification to chris)' chris
> > <C:\Docum
> > ents and Settings\chrisyeoh\My
> > Documents\Investments\mas1.6.5\lib\chris175308888
> > 3' failed
> > with non-zero return code: 1.