Must find a way that sandoz.xmlconv can pass config parameter for sending E-Mails from bbmb.conf. How can I accomplish this. bin/xmlconvd loads as specified in the config parameter, various conversion/postprocess libraries, e.g. conversion/bdd_csv and postprocess/bbmb2.
I will try adding a new entry
smtp_config (pointing to
/var/www/sandoz.bbmb.ch/etc/config.yml) in /var/www/sandoz.xmlconv.bbmb.ch/etc/xmlconv.yml.
When starting xmlconvd I will add all config values starting with smtp from there to the XmlConv::Config.
In a discussion with Zeno we decided to add the needed smtp parameter in etc/xmlconv.yml. This works fine after the changes from commit setup correct smtp delivery if config.smtp_server is given
Now attacking the problem to fix polling via POP3. First changing the configuration for reader XundartBdd in etc/polling.yml to use directly the pop3 server pop.gmail.com without passing via the stunnel port 1000 as on fastpower. Polling with user firstname.lastname@example.org fails. Using my own accout to test. But pry still shows the following error
 pry(#<XmlConv::Util::PopMission>)> ::Mail.first Errno::ECONNREFUSED: Connection refused - connect(2) for nil port 995 from /usr/local/lib/ruby/2.3.0/net/pop.rb:545:in `initialize'
Why is the connection refused? Changed the call to ::Mail.defaults to pass the retriever_method option via a hash. Now testing againg with user email@example.com. This works also. Now I must adapt handling the incoming mails. There is test for pop in test/test_util/polling_manager.rb. Looking whether it can/should be adapted to our situation.
The first try did not work. Somehow my newly created mail do not get parsed properly. I think I should better use a realword example from fastpower, .eg. the file /firstname.lastname@example.org