By Peter Selmeci 811548
#183504 Hello Roman,

to the airport name you should put the airport ICAO (4-letter code) code, for example: EDDF and that should work, and make sure you are using the right sectorfile (from that error message it seems that the airport you are going to make the ATIS for has to be in your SCT file)

Best regards,
Peter
By Gergely Csernak 904331
#183516 Roman,

There should be an [AIRPORT] section in the sectorfile. There each airport has a line like this:
LHBP 118.100 N047.26.21.580 E019.15.42.510 C ; Budapest Ferihegy

Gergely.
EuroScope developer
By Opher Ben Peretz 882232
#183614 Servus Gergely,
Roman is right. While the LLLL sectorfile is loaded, all airports I tried in Israel and which appear in the .sct file, issue the subject error.


Roman Dreer 961839 wrote:i need to set up ATIS and i get that error
how do i set the airport in my sectorfile?

Thanks
By Opher Ben Peretz 882232
#183645 Please hold on and do not deal with my post below, because I think I found the reason outside ES. Thanks

Opher Ben Peretz 882232 wrote:Servus Gergely,
Roman is right. While the LLLL sectorfile is loaded, all airports I tried in Israel and which appear in the .sct file, issue the subject error.


Roman Dreer 961839 wrote:i need to set up ATIS and i get that error
how do i set the airport in my sectorfile?

Thanks
By Roman Dreyer 961839
#183687 i've solved this issue.

what you have to do is:

replace LLBG line in [AIRPORT] with:
LLBG 132.100 N032.00.10.191 E034.52.47.206 C ; Ben Gurion

replace runways with:

03 21 000 000 N032.00.16.603 E034.53.27.986 N032.01.10.681 E034.54.02.529 LLBG Ben_Gurion;-
08 26 000 257 N032.00.49.600 E034.51.36.956 N032.01.11.139 E034.53.59.140 LLBG Ben_Gurion;-
12 30 118 000 N032.00.55.378 E034.52.00.121 N032.00.01.267 E034.53.44.318 LLBG Ben_Gurion;-

Enjoy! :wink:
By Darrell Ryan 990634
#183936 Just FYI. The comment at the end of the [AIRPORT] entry, "; Ben Gurion" although handy is not required. Its just a comment hence the preceding semicolon. What is required is "LLBG Ben_Gurion" in each respective [RUNWAY] entry in order for LLBG Ben_Gurion to appear in the airport field of the Active airport/runway selector. This is a bug and has been reported. The .sct file format does not define any such data field in the [RUNWAY] section.

Darrell
By Bernhard Harb 933889
#184055 At the Airports section the ";" is required. I had a sectorfile without that ; between the airspace and the name and ES didn't recognice DEPs in the aircraft list and it didn't recognize the airport when connecting to ATIS. All other functions did work - strange but true :)

Lg,
Bernhard.
By Gergely Csernak 904331
#184285 Bernhard,

The ; is surely not a required part of the definition. It is the start of the comments in the line. So the EuroScope does not interpret anything after the ; nor the ; itself. There should be something different reason for your case. I will take another look to your sectorfile.
By Darrell Ryan 990634
#184415
Todor Atanasov 878664 wrote:Why do you call a feature, a bug?? You said you liked EuroScope's functions...well that is one of them.


That's correct and I have told the developer as much correcting myself.

-D.
By Darrell Ryan 990634
#184418 For those like myself who have a rather large number of runways Sami was kind enough to write a simple script tailored exactly to my needs to make the changes and worked perfectly. Sami was kind enough to offer to tweak this script for those needing it. Detals here:

http://forums.vatsim.net/viewtopic.php?p=184089#184089

-D.
By Bernhard Harb 933889
#184589
The ; is surely not a required part of the definition.


The problem is, that I didn't change anything in the file except that ";" and afterwards it worked. Maybe a bug?

Cheers,
Bernhard.