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Soomre

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Server mode - monitoring image folder gives error
Posted: 27 Jun 22, 21:36
 
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External Tools - Server Mode with Upload
Addimg new image with Ligtroom Plugin.
Error
bsh.ReflectError: Method uploadAlbum( se.datadosen.jalbum.JAlbumContext, boolean ) not found in class'se.datadosen.jalbum.UploadBean' in Server mode with upload.bsh at line number 113
Message comes - album is made and uploaded. But no ne image in online folder.
After adding next new image with LR - no action taken vy Server Mode.
davidekholm

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Re: Server mode - monitoring image folder gives error
Posted: 27 Jun 22, 23:38   in response to: Soomre in response to: Soomre
 
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Odd. Please try this update. Put it inside jAlbum's "tools" folder:
Soomre

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Re: Server mode - monitoring image folder gives error
Posted: 28 Jun 22, 20:39   in response to: davidekholm in response to: davidekholm
 
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What can I say ...

bsh.EvalError: Method progress( se.datadosen.jalbum.event.ProgressEvent ) not found in bsh scripted object: AnonymousBlock : at Line: -1 : in file: <Called from Java Code> : <Compiled Java Code>
in Server mode with upload.bsh at line number 113
davidekholm

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Re: Server mode - monitoring image folder gives error
Posted: 30 Jun 22, 11:25   in response to: Soomre in response to: Soomre
 
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Sorry. I should have done more testing. Here's an update.

(Sidenote: This tool is basically replaced by the MultiMaker)
Soomre

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Re: Server mode - monitoring image folder gives error
Posted: 30 Jun 22, 12:36   in response to: davidekholm in response to: davidekholm
 
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Where is watch folders in MultiMaker? I remember it was but not anymore ...
What do I miss!
Soomre

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Re: Server mode - monitoring image folder gives error
Posted: 30 Jun 22, 13:42   in response to: davidekholm in response to: davidekholm
 
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Error:
java.lang.NullPointerException in Server mode with upload.bsh at line number 118

But uploaded.
davidekholm

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Re: Server mode - monitoring image folder gives error
Posted: 4 Jul 22, 16:14   in response to: Soomre in response to: Soomre
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Soomre wrote:
Where is watch folders in MultiMaker? I remember it was but not anymore ...
What do I miss!

Ah, this has been moved to the project's context menu. Just open the project's context menu then access "Monitor changes" and tick both "Make album" and "Upload". Now jAlbum's does this work in the background using the "Multi Maker". There is really no need for the external tool anymore. See "Project monitoring" under https://jalbum.net/blog/entry/jalbum-25-a-time-saver-for-power-users
Soomre

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Re: Server mode - monitoring image folder gives error
Posted: 4 Jul 22, 16:32   in response to: davidekholm in response to: davidekholm
 
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Ouch! This was THAT easy ...
Monitoring helps me a lot!
Thnx!
davidekholm

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Re: Server mode - monitoring image folder gives error
Posted: 4 Jul 22, 16:34   in response to: Soomre in response to: Soomre
 
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Soomre wrote:
Ouch! This was THAT easy ...
Monitoring helps me a lot!
Thnx!

You're welcome. Even I initially forgot about it :-)
Soomre

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Re: Server mode - monitoring image folder gives error
Posted: 4 Jul 22, 16:42   in response to: davidekholm in response to: davidekholm
 
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Works like a chram.
Only quesation - is it possible to set wait time - f you add many many new images it seems to start making album right away before adding new images is finished.
davidekholm

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Re: Server mode - monitoring image folder gives error
Posted: 4 Jul 22, 16:53   in response to: Soomre in response to: Soomre
 
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Soomre wrote:
Works like a chram.
Only quesation - is it possible to set wait time - f you add many many new images it seems to start making album right away before adding new images is finished.

That's a great feature request. Here's what I'd suggest:
  • On detected changes, have jAlbum start a short timer, say 10 seconds.
  • After this delay, if no additional changes have occurred, make the album. If there ARE new changes, start the timer again.

What do you think?
PeterGibb

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Re: Server mode - monitoring image folder gives error
Posted: 4 Jul 22, 17:04   in response to: davidekholm in response to: davidekholm
 
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Well, I don't mean to interrupt this, but I for one, think a delaying timer would be a GREAT idea.

Could users be able to setup a delay time ?. and be one that would be remembered...

Peter
Soomre

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Re: Server mode - monitoring image folder gives error
Posted: 4 Jul 22, 18:43   in response to: davidekholm in response to: davidekholm
 
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I think this approach is very logical. And useful.
davidekholm

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Re: Server mode - monitoring image folder gives error
Posted: 4 Jul 22, 18:53   in response to: Soomre in response to: Soomre
 
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I'll add a 3s delay, meaning that when there's been no further changes for 3s, then the make operation kicks in. I can't really see much need for this to be configurable, unless you manually add images to a folder one by one. Perhaps better to detect whether additional image were added during the make operation and then trigger another make?
PeterGibb

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Re: Server mode - monitoring image folder gives error
Posted: 4 Jul 22, 20:22   in response to: davidekholm in response to: davidekholm
 
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Just thought I would ask, I often add 6 or 10 images to an album and then spend time organising their order and position within the album.

Do you think 5 seconds might be better, just to allow me some time before it all starts.

A delay is something I haven't mentioned in the past but am pleased its come up as it will be a very useful thing.

MultiMaker is working really well.

Peter
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