• ugh help..

    From Crackdaddy@VERT to All on Tue Jun 5 23:27:03 2001
    is there any way to force a logoff module to run, even if the user drops carrier? We are trying to make a last callers mod that displays all of a users info (such as time used per call and uploads/downloads etc) and it works fine as long as a user logs off normally, but if the users just drops carrier, doesa quick logoff, or opts to hang up after a file xfer, it doesn't log them, because the logoff even is never run. the quick logoff and hangup after xfer could be fixed fairly easily, but I'm at a loss when it comes to them dropping carrier.. any ideas?
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  • From Digital Man@VERT to Crackdaddy on Wed Jun 6 04:53:56 2001
    RE: ugh help..
    BY: Crackdaddy to All on Wed Jun 06 2001 06:27 am

    is there any way to force a logoff module to run, even if the user drops carrier? We are trying to make a last callers mod that displays all of a use info (such as time used per call and uploads/downloads etc) and it works fin as long as a user logs off normally, but if the users just drops carrier, do quick logoff, or opts to hang up after a file xfer, it doesn't log them, because the logoff even is never run. the quick logoff and hangup after xfer could be fixed fairly easily, but I'm at a loss when it comes to them droppi carrier.. any ideas?

    You need two separate modules:

    1. A LogOUT module (configured in SCFG->System->Modules->Logout Event) that adds the user to the log file. This event will always run after a user disconnects.

    2. A LogOFF module (configured in SCFG->System->Modules->Logoff Event) that displays teh user info. This event will only run if the user logs off normally.

    -Rob
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  • From Smokey@VERT to Crackdaddy on Wed Jun 6 07:20:00 2001
    RE: ugh help..
    BY: Crackdaddy to All on Wed Jun 06 2001 06:27 am

    is there any way to force a logoff module to run, even if the user drops carrier? We are trying to make a last callers mod that displays all of a use info (such as time used per call and uploads/downloads etc) and it works fin as long as a user logs off normally, but if the users just drops carrier, do quick logoff, or opts to hang up after a file xfer, it doesn't log them, because the logoff even is never run. the quick logoff and hangup after xfer could be fixed fairly easily, but I'm at a loss when it comes to them droppi carrier.. any ideas?

    Does Synchronet CFG/External Programs/fixed events work?

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  • From Crackdaddy@VERT to Digital Man on Wed Jun 6 09:40:31 2001
    RE: ugh help..
    BY: Digital Man to Crackdaddy on Wed Jun 06 2001 11:53 am


    RE: ugh help..
    BY: Crackdaddy to All on Wed Jun 06 2001 06:27 am

    is there any way to force a logoff module to run, even if the user drops carrier? We are trying to make a last callers mod that displays all of a info (such as time used per call and uploads/downloads etc) and it works as long as a user logs off normally, but if the users just drops carrier, quick logoff, or opts to hang up after a file xfer, it doesn't log them, because the logoff even is never run. the quick logoff and hangup after x could be fixed fairly easily, but I'm at a loss when it comes to them dro carrier.. any ideas?

    You need two separate modules:

    1. A LogOUT module (configured in SCFG->System->Modules->Logout Event) that adds the user to the log file. This event will always run after a user disconnects.

    2. A LogOFF module (configured in SCFG->System->Modules->Logoff Event) that displays teh user info. This event will only run if the user logs off normal

    -Rob
    hmm, sweet, all I need is one module then, I just need to change it from logoff to logout... good shtuff, thanks d00d.
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  • From Crackdaddy@VERT to Crackdaddy on Wed Jun 6 09:57:51 2001
    RE: ugh help..
    BY: Crackdaddy to Digital Man on Wed Jun 06 2001 04:40 pm

    RE: ugh help..
    BY: Digital Man to Crackdaddy on Wed Jun 06 2001 11:53 am


    RE: ugh help..
    BY: Crackdaddy to All on Wed Jun 06 2001 06:27 am

    is there any way to force a logoff module to run, even if the user dro carrier? We are trying to make a last callers mod that displays all of info (such as time used per call and uploads/downloads etc) and it wor as long as a user logs off normally, but if the users just drops carri quick logoff, or opts to hang up after a file xfer, it doesn't log the because the logoff even is never run. the quick logoff and hangup afte could be fixed fairly easily, but I'm at a loss when it comes to them carrier.. any ideas?

    You need two separate modules:

    1. A LogOUT module (configured in SCFG->System->Modules->Logout Event) th adds the user to the log file. This event will always run after a user disconnects.

    2. A LogOFF module (configured in SCFG->System->Modules->Logoff Event) th displays teh user info. This event will only run if the user logs off nor

    -Rob
    hmm, sweet, all I need is one module then, I just need to change it from log to logout... good shtuff, thanks d00d.

    nevermind.. I see what yer sayin.. thanks d00d..
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  • From Digital Man@VERT to Crackdaddy on Wed Jun 6 15:58:57 2001
    RE: ugh help..
    BY: Crackdaddy to Digital Man on Wed Jun 06 2001 04:40 pm

    You need two separate modules:

    1. A LogOUT module (configured in SCFG->System->Modules->Logout Event) th adds the user to the log file. This event will always run after a user disconnects.

    2. A LogOFF module (configured in SCFG->System->Modules->Logoff Event) th displays teh user info. This event will only run if the user logs off nor

    -Rob
    hmm, sweet, all I need is one module then, I just need to change it from log to logout... good shtuff, thanks d00d.

    Except that a logOUT event won't be displayed to the user (it runs AFTER the user has been disconnected).

    Rob
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