[ic] re: NoImport Directives

Cameron B. Prince cameron@akopia.com
Thu, 12 Oct 2000 13:50:10 -0500

If the NoImport is added, it makes sense that no import would be attempted.
Therefore, no .sql file, indicating a successful import, is made.

You are simply telling Interchange to use the data in the database and
disregard the corresponding .txt and .sql files.

Good luck,


-----Original Message-----
From: interchange-users-admin@minivend.com
[mailto:interchange-users-admin@minivend.com]On Behalf Of Houman Akhavan
Sent: Thursday, October 12, 2000 1:32 PM
To: interchange-users@minivend.com
Subject: [ic] re: NoImport Directives

According to the docs/faq, if you use the NoImport Directive in catalog.cfg,
such as NoImport products, it should automatically at server restart create
a file called products.sql in the products directory. But it is not. I am
guessing that I might not be putting the directive in the right spot in
catalog.cfg. Any help would be great. Other than that, everything is working

My system info:
RedHat 6.2
Interchange 4.5.7
I have the full CPAN Interchange::Bundle installed.

Interchange Restart Output:
Killing Interchange server 4200 with TERM
Low traffic settings.
Calling UI....
...UI is loaded....
Interchange V4.5.7
Configuring catalog construct...Using MySQL, DSN=dbi:mysql:test_construct.
Interchange server started in INET and UNIX mode(s) (process id 4258)

...and my error.log is clean.


Houman A.

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