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Re: [hylafax-users] Remote Server

On 12/15/2010 10:10 PM, Lee Howard wrote:
Daniel L. Miller wrote:
On 9/26/2010 7:49 PM, Lee Howard wrote:
Daniel L. Miller wrote:
But the call to notify only gives me the doneq entry - which does not necessarilty correspond to the docq entry. Is there a way I can get the docq filename from the successful send - besides parsing the doneq file?

No, but that should be easy with the parseQfile function found in common-functions. See an example...


I must be an idiot - while I do see the example, I don't see how to use it to obtain the file information I need. I call parseQfile after setting QFILE to a value (for this test, "q52" which is a valid doneq filename. I'm not seeing any new variables created by executing, "echo `set`" after the parseQfile call.

For this particular doneq file, I need the values for the coverpage and the attachment pages (cover52.cover and doc74.pdf, respectively).

What am I doing wrong?

I think you're using a hylafax.org release and not HylaFAX+... so the URL I provided is slightly inaccurate. Look at 'man jobcontrol' on your system to note any differences. If you still can't get it working from there, then I'd suggest switching to HylaFAX+ so that the information I'd provide you is correct for your installation.



I AM using Hylafax+...at least I THINK I am! Version 5.4.2.

man jobcontrol doesn't give me any additional information. It may be a bash programming issue that I'm running into.

As I said - I execute the parseQfile function - but I don't see anything happen as a result. The example shows a couple variables created ($number, $owner, $totries) - but does not list ALL the possible variables, in particular the ones I need. I also do not see that those variables in fact get created - unless of course I'm doing something wrong.

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