[Serusers] calling a module

Mario Kolberg mko at cs.stir.ac.uk
Fri Feb 14 16:00:23 CET 2003


>  simply use fi_check() in the configuration script. That will call your
>  function.

Thats what I thought also, but unfortunately, SER does not run when. If 
I run it with a call fi_check() in the ser.cfg file it logs a parse error:

Feb 14 14:15:00 DISCUS ser: parse error (39,1-9): parse error
Feb 14 14:15:00 DISCUS ser: parse error (39,1-9):

I have attached the complete cfg file. But if I remove that fi_check() 
call, ser runs fine. Have I messed something up with parameters????

Thanks for your help!


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