Welcome, Guest
Please Login or Register.    Lost Password?

3.5.1 - Halting after updating a specific order?
(0 viewing) 
Go to bottomPage: 1
TOPIC: 3.5.1 - Halting after updating a specific order?
#7962
3.5.1 - Halting after updating a specific order? 13 Years, 4 Months ago Karma: 0
First I'd like to thank you for a wonderful tool. Now to my (others?) problem:

After I updated from 3.5.0 to 3.5.1 the Trade-bot started halting after updating a buy-order I have which is an order for 9500 / 12500 units. I noticed it is only halting after this particular order for some reason since I have had it complete different amounts of order updates before this 9500 unit orders comes into play. As soon as it has updated that one, the bot will halt at the next order in list.

The way it halts is that it moves the pointer over the next order as it should, but it fails to open the right-click menu. According to the log it tries for about a minute and then it closes the Market-window, opens it again and starts updating the sell-orders, and when it has finished it halts again, rince and repeat.

Code:

03:55:56: Trader(500)

     03:55:56 (422) Time is not appropriate to start updating orders. 61 seconds left. Code 1, Func : Trader
---> 03:56:01: ExitCode 1. Method consumed 302 sec. in 2 runs (average 151 secs/run), Next Line: 500
---> Desc: Returns 1 if time is not appropriate to update orders yet (6 min interval after last run or by user defined delay)



Repeat 11 times in the log and the it starts updating the sell orders again.

I am running in a Virtual Machine (specs are powerful enough for EVE Recommended specs and a little more).

I've done a complete cleanout of both EVE and EVE Pilot, deleted regkeys and C:\Users\%USER%\AppData\Local\MacroLab. I have let it run the first run wizard and everything. It works good, till just after this particular order. I didn't bump into this problem before I updated to 3.5.1 but I'm also not saying it absolutely have to be that either, I might do something wrong as well maybe?

I have sent you the logs Slav2, I hope it's of any use!

Thank you again for the wonderful tool.

Edit: I removed the 9500 / 12500 market order and it still halts, just at another order further down the list.
dinmamma
Fresh Boarder
Posts: 1
graphgraph
User Offline Click here to see the profile of this user
Last Edit: 2011/03/08 20:34 By dinmamma.Reason: Information update.
The administrator has disabled public write access.
 
#11109
Re: 3.5.1 - Halting after updating a specific order? 13 Years ago Karma: 0
I think I have the same problem
how did you solve it ?
evildindon
Fresh Boarder
Posts: 10
graphgraph
User Offline Click here to see the profile of this user
Last Edit: 2011/06/27 17:18 By evildindon.
The administrator has disabled public write access.
 
#11160
Re: 3.5.1 - Halting after updating a specific order? 13 Years ago Karma: 821
I have received a few logs related to this problem, but still not sure what to do and need additional investigation. The problem is known and I have solved it already. I mean the code which prevented this error was introduced, but after last eve patch it does not work. Need to have more logs and measurements. Please use this version to record updated log. Note: this is executable file, you dont need to uninstall previous version but drop this exe to program directory and start it.
Slav2
Admin
Posts: 16768
graph
User Offline Click here to see the profile of this user
Last Edit: 2011/06/29 06:31 By Slav2.
The administrator has disabled public write access.
Send logs to my mail - with subject 'log files' to pass spam filter.
How to record logs in knowledge base
 
#11164
Re: 3.5.1 - Halting after updating a specific order? 13 Years ago Karma: 0
well I ran the bot again and the problem disappeared. I didn't change anything but the problem seems to be gone !
evildindon
Fresh Boarder
Posts: 10
graphgraph
User Offline Click here to see the profile of this user
The administrator has disabled public write access.
 
Go to topPage: 1
Moderators: Slav2
© Macro Laboratory 2024
All rights reserved!
Design by Ivan Kozyrin