What happens when you execute the event's "trigger" method from the
browser's location line?

e.g.
http://my.site.dom/my_scheduled_method/trigger

-- Loren

>
> In article <000101bfc01a$1ec3e2e0$[EMAIL PROTECTED]>, Loren
> Stafford <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes
> >You can try out ZScheduler on Windows (I tested on Win98). It actually
runs
> >the scheduled tasks. However, because the inter-thread communication
isn't
> >working, it degrades to polling the schedule table.
>
> I tried this out on my notebook running NTWK4.0 and got this from the
> log
>
> Failed to trigger event.
> Type=exceptions.AttributeError
> Val=this (File: D:\zope2\lib\python\Products\MailHost\SendMailTag.py
> Line: 188)
> 500 Internal Server Error for http://a7800nt:8080/myfolder/cron/trigger
> - ------
> 2000-05-20T05:40:24 PROBLEM(100) Products.ZScheduler.Loggerr Failed to
> disarm event
>
> The DTML code just sends an email, and works fine when tested outside
> the ZEvent.
>
> - --
> Regards,  Graham Chiu
> gchiu<at>compkarori.co.nz
> http://www.compkarori.co.nz/index.php
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