[Koha] Z39.50 problem

Henri-Damien LAURENT laurenthdl at alinto.com
Fri May 19 20:15:12 NZST 2006

Greg Vickers a écrit :
> Kyle,
> Kyle Hall wrote:
>> The daemon is included with koha. If you used the default settings for
>> your install, you can launch it by running z3950-daemon-launch.sh from
>> /usr/local/koha/intranet
>> /scripts/z3950daemon
> Thanks for the information!
>> And don't feel too bad, I did the exact same thing.
> OK the daemon is running (twice? ps output below) and the z39.50 query
> still fails with the same output in the koha apache error log file.
> I'll look through Breeding.pm to see where this SQL query is failing -
> but I have no idea what I'm looking for!
> Greg
>> On 5/18/06, *Greg Vickers* < daehenoc at optusnet.com.au
>> <mailto:daehenoc at optusnet.com.au>> wrote:
>>     Hi Stephen,
>>     Stephen Hedges wrote:
>>     > Greg, what is the search term you are using (ISBN, title,
>>     etc.)?  I assume
>>     > the Z3950 daemon is started and running, right?
>>     I was just using trash to search, i.e. title 'fred' - does this
>>     information have to be real?
>>     You know, I don't think the daemon is running ... *blush* This will be
>>     the client daemon that will talk to an external z3950 server, correct? I
>>     assume it is included in the yaz toolkit? If so, what is the name of the
>>     daemon executable and is there an init script provided to start it at
>>     boot time?
Just to remind you that any Koha script is based on a KOHA_CONF
environment variable and PERL5LIB must contains path to
so pls, do an
export KOHA_CONF=/path/to/my/koha.conf
export PERL5LIB=/path/to/koha/intranet/modules
before launching the script.

Henri-Damien LAURENT

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