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Old 02.10.2017, 13:04
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Default Folder Watch Ignores url with dot "." in text = in Crawljob Files

Hi ,

I'm using JD for while now but in the lastest release, It seems that there is an issue with the folderwatch plugin
In the crawljob files, the text value is mandatory . When I use it with a url without any dot , it's working well.
But if the text value contains a dot , it's not working at all
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Old 02.10.2017, 13:12
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What exactly do you mean with *any dot*? Because I don't know how you can write an URL without a dot? at least the domain requires a dot?!

Can you please provide an example crawljob? Send them to support@jdownloader.org
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Old 02.10.2017, 19:56
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Hi Jiaz

You're right : I mean dot for extension : ie image.jpg or video.mp4
text = **External links are only visible to Support Staff****External links are only visible to Support Staff** => ok
text = **External links are only visible to Support Staff****External links are only visible to Support Staff** or image.jpg or video.mp4 => ko
crawjob file is moved to the add folder , but nothing in queue
I'll send you crawlojob exemple by separate email

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Old 04.10.2017, 11:47
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It has nothing to do with dot.
You forgot to specify
deepAnalyseEnabled=true

Two of your examples are unsupported and without deep crawling (deepAnalyseEnabled=true) JDownloader will not handle those links
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Old 04.10.2017, 11:47
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Your examples work fine once deepAnalyseEnabled=true is specified
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Old 04.10.2017, 23:06
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Ok It works fine when deepAnalyseEnabled=true is specified

Thanks again for you help and for making JD such a useful downloader

I was confused because there was no error message showed , and I didn't found any log for this issue. Maybe you could improve folderwatch plugin with a result for each job , or put failed job in a dedicaded folder ....
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Old 05.10.2017, 11:17
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You're welcome.
It's not that easy because a job may contain many many links and how do you define *failed job*.
I will think about some sort of *debugging* feature
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