Mac OS X Snow Leopard AqBanking Does Not Work
jralls at ceridwen.us
Thu Aug 19 21:07:59 EDT 2010
On Aug 19, 2010, at 3:34 PM, Andre Powell wrote:
> 2.3.15 seems to have fixed a lot of issues and added great features. My only
> issue is the AqBanking does not work.
> When I originally tried to download transactions it always fails at aquiring
> a lock. I am not sure if this is part of the problem but the icon showed
> QT3-Wizard when I was checking the settings. When I have tried to set any
> settings the wizard crashed (before 2.3.15 it just required some extra
> button pushing to go to the next setting).
> I have uninstalled and reinstalled the application, deleted the aqbanking
> folder and reinstalled the application, and of course ran the script that
> was included in the .dmg.
> Any help would be appreciated.
Well, that's discouraging. I'd used the new q4banking and q4wizard, and a new build of Qt, in hopes that it would work.
But, a bit of investigation shows that I missed a step: Gnucash still calls the qt3-wizard, when it should use qt4-wizard. But we can trick it:
In Finder, right-click (or control-click) on Gnucash.app and select "Show Package Contents" in the resulting context menu. Navigate to Contents:Resources:lib:aqbanking:plugins:29:wizards. You'll find 4 files in the folder. Rename the two that start with qt3 to something else (I used qt03, so I have qt03-wizard and qt03_wizard.xml.) Then rename the two that start with qt4 so that they start with qt3 (e.g., qt4-wizard becomes qt3-wizard). Try again.
If it still crashes, please attach a crash dump (You'll find it in ~:Libary:Logs:DiagnosticReports:qt3-wizard_2010_08_blah_blah_system.crash (where "blah_blah" is the rest of a date-time string and "system" is your computer's name). Be sure to attach the latest one.
In the meantime, I'll find the right place in Gnucash and fix it to call the right wizard. The qt3 one has part of its interface missing.
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