[erlang-questions] Newbie question - running qdate results in noproc, gen_server exception

Ivan Uemlianin ivan@REDACTED
Mon Dec 22 22:47:50 CET 2014

You might need to do sth like


(Haven't got computer with me)

Best wishes


festina lente

> On 22 Dec 2014, at 21:21, Carlos Paparoni <carlos@REDACTED> wrote:
> Hi everyone, I'm fairly (read: extremely) new to Erlang and still learning how to do stuff.
> I'm currently trying to code some timezone functions in ChicagoBoss using the qdate library (https://github.com/choptastic/qdate); however, when trying to test the code either standalone or inside the controller, I'm getting this error:
> qdate:set_timezone("GMT").
> ** exception exit: {noproc,{gen_server,call,
>                                        [qdate_srv,{set_timezone,<0.54.0>,"GMT"}]}}
>      in function  gen_server:call/2 (gen_server.erl, line 182)
>      in call from qdate_srv:set_timezone/2 (qdate_srv.erl, line 49)
> Even though I previously did this:
> qdate_srv:start_link().
> {ok,<0.51.0>}
> Would anyone be so kind as to tell me what I'm doing wrong (and how to fix it), please?
> Thanks in advance,
> Web Developer
> carlos@REDACTED
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