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import-bot (20211) [Avatar] Offline
#1
[Originally posted by iri]

Hello Daryl,
Thank you for your answer. I tried what you suggested but saw that
everything looked ok...

Apart from that possible hash collision... yesterday I discovered another
thing that I want to point to you: That program (GenAssociation.py) runs
perfectly in two servers in which I enter directly and runs incorrectly in the
one I enter via Netmeeting. In some occasions, trying to use the python editor
in the third one via Netmeeting a failure occurred (and appeared that terrible
program, Dr. Watson) so I try another way (via our net) of putting this
program in that server. Could it be that, although everything seems ok...
something still is remaining there (because of the error -with the connection
I suppose- that made Dr. Watson to appear) causing problems? Because I went to
that server and remake the program there (with the same editor that gave me
problems via Netmeeting) and... run correctly!
¿?

Irantzu
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#2
Re: About the two previous messages
[Originally posted by d. harms]

Hi Irantzu,

You might want to try taking the version of GenAssociation.py from one of the
machines where it works amd copying it (through the network) to the problem
machine (in case something like there are non-printable binary characters that
got into it while editing it through Netmeeting). If the data file (i.e.
FILE_COD_POSTAL_PROD) was created by editing through NetMeeting, try the same
thing with it (creating it on one of the good machines then copying it to one
where the problem occurs).

Or more simply, delete and retype the line in FILE_COD_POSTAL_PROD(even though
it looks good) that the print statements indicate that the problem is
occurring on.

Daryl

> Hello Daryl,
> Thank you for your answer. I tried what you suggested but saw that
> everything looked ok...
>
> Apart from that possible hash collision... yesterday I discovered another
> thing that I want to point to you: That program (GenAssociation.py) runs
> perfectly in two servers in which I enter directly and runs incorrectly in the
> one I enter via Netmeeting. In some occasions, trying to use the python editor
> in the third one via Netmeeting a failure occurred (and appeared that terrible
> program, Dr. Watson) so I try another way (via our net) of putting this
> program in that server. Could it be that, although everything seems ok...
> something still is remaining there (because of the error -with the connection
> I suppose- that made Dr. Watson to appear) causing problems? Because I went to
> that server and remake the program there (with the same editor that gave me
> problems via Netmeeting) and... run correctly!
> ¿?
>
> Irantzu