Database Export\Import\Sync(DEISync) v2.3.5 (09-10-08) [MM3]

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Re: Database Export\Import\Sync(DEISync) v2.3.5 (09-10-08) [MM3]

by MoDementia » Wed Feb 11, 2009 3:35 pm

MoDementia wrote:No Longer Available

Re: Database Export\Import\Sync(DEISync) v2.3.5 (09-10-08) [MM3]

by seppo » Wed Feb 11, 2009 3:24 pm

Is the script gone forever or will it be / is it available somewhere to download?

Re: Database Export\Import\Sync(DEISync) v2.3.5 (09-10-08) [MM3]

by djmt99 » Wed Feb 04, 2009 8:45 pm

It appears that MoD has removed a bunch (if not all) of his scripts... Hmmmm

Re: Database Export\Import\Sync(DEISync) v2.3.5 (09-10-08) [MM3]

by seppo » Wed Feb 04, 2009 11:10 am

Hi,

I recently found this topic by suggestion to my question, but none of the links for the script didn't work.. how could the scriot be obtained, is there a new link somewhere, which I maybe missed?

Re: Database Export\Import\Sync(DEISync) v2.3.5 (09-10-08) [MM3]

by gron » Sun Jan 25, 2009 5:47 pm

nynaevelan wrote:I have been thinking with all the "beta" testing going on that I might add another option to import values from a backup DB that would be missing from a fresh install add/rescan

i.e. Just
Date Added
And all the play history

I think that is all that is missing from the mp3 files themselves?
Yes, this would really help get me out of a jam. There's some "error" in my database. (Difficult to explain.) The only way I can get rid of it is to rebuild mm.db from scratch, but that would mean I would lose the tag data that isn't in the track files.
(Note: I link all my files to folder.jpg artwork and these links disappear when I rebuild mm.db. Not sure if that could be added to your list...?)

Re: Database Export\Import\Sync(DEISync) v2.3.5 (09-10-08) [MM3]

by nynaevelan » Tue Jan 13, 2009 3:10 am

MoDementia wrote:I have been thinking with all the "beta" testing going on that I might add another option to import values from a backup DB that would be missing from a fresh install add/rescan

i.e. Just
Date Added
And all the play history

I think that is all that is missing from the mp3 files themselves?
Other formats would need additional fields though? :(
That would be cool. :D
MoDementia wrote: [EDIT] And maybe Nyn's Playlists :P
[EDIT] Hmmm I think it can already do that via m3us?
This would be unnecessary since the import m3us is already included.

Are all five custom fields and the classicifation (if multi-values exist) fields saved to the tag? Also, I do not know how critical it would be to include the portable sync info. It wouldn't be necessary for a testing environment but if you wanted to go live with a clean install but keep all your device info? :-? Or if you really want to complicate it what about filter settings?? That's enough thinking for one day.

Nyn

Re: Database Export\Import\Sync(DEISync) v2.3.5 (09-10-08) [MM3]

by MoDementia » Tue Jan 13, 2009 2:17 am

I have been thinking with all the "beta" testing going on that I might add another option to import values from a backup DB that would be missing from a fresh install add/rescan

i.e. Just
Date Added
And all the play history

I think that is all that is missing from the mp3 files themselves?
Other formats would need additional fields though? :(

[EDIT] And maybe Nyn's Playlists :P
[EDIT] Hmmm I think it can already do that via m3us?

Re: Database Export\Import\Sync(DEISync) v2.3.5 (09-10-08) [MM3]

by unnicorn » Mon Jan 12, 2009 12:40 pm

Ok thanks for your help.

Re: Database Export\Import\Sync(DEISync) v2.3.5 (09-10-08) [MM3]

by MoDementia » Sun Jan 11, 2009 3:08 pm

Not exactly what the script is for (although it could have been used before you moved out)

Here is a guide to help out http://www.mediamonkey.com/wiki/index.p ... w_computer

Re: Database Export\Import\Sync(DEISync) v2.3.5 (09-10-08) [MM3]

by unnicorn » Sun Jan 11, 2009 8:28 am

Hello,

I need your help please:

I have recently moved out of my house and realised that I would have to take all the songs with me. I have copied all of that to my laptop. I also have a copy of the MM DB folder.

On my laptop I have installed MM3 and the script to sync it.

Can you please advice whats the next step for syncing the songs....

Please note I havent imported the mp3s on my laptop yet.

Thanks.

Re: Database Export\Import\Sync(DEISync) v2.3.5 (09-10-08) [MM3]

by MoDementia » Fri Nov 07, 2008 8:29 pm

What can I say, there isn't alot of code to look at after you click ok

It copies the live database to the export directory and then is "supposed" to hide the form before it starts modifying the exported database :(

Re: Database Export\Import\Sync(DEISync) v2.3.5 (09-10-08) [MM3]

by RobSpook » Fri Nov 07, 2008 5:20 pm

I should add that I have experienced the same problem occasionally when using DEISync on my laptop. I was unable to find a specific scenario that causes it though which is why I never reported it.

Re: Database Export\Import\Sync(DEISync) v2.3.5 (09-10-08) [MM3]

by nynaevelan » Fri Nov 07, 2008 4:35 pm

MoD:

I tried your suggestion but it is still happening with no error boxes, it must be something with XP or my computer because it doesn't happen on my home computer.

Nyn

Re: Database Export\Import\Sync(DEISync) v2.3.5 (09-10-08) [MM3]

by nynaevelan » Fri Nov 07, 2008 6:30 am

Thanks I'll look for that...

Nyn

Re: Database Export\Import\Sync(DEISync) v2.3.5 (09-10-08) [MM3]

by MoDementia » Fri Nov 07, 2008 2:11 am

There might be an error message behind the export form, next time you export a sync, drag it to the top right, bottom left, where ever before clicking ok

Sometimes alt tab between MM and something else, or show desktop will unhide such an error message

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