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Old 25.11.2021, 03:01
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Is there a way to search the database file that has the multihoster properties? I'd like to generate a list of all of the multihosters that serve up depositfiles. With Black Friday here, it would be a good time to buy a sub... but finding services that handle depositfiles is tougher than you might think.
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Old 25.11.2021, 03:38
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Hi,
not exactly sure what you mean but the answer is rather no.

More detailed answer:
First of all, JDownloader can only get a list of supported hosts of a multihost when you add an account.
For most of all, you will only get a list if that account is a premium account.

...so let's say you would own a (premium) account for all multihosts JDownloader supports:
You could do the following:
1. Add all accounts to JD.
2. Grab all supported hosts of all multihosts using an EventScripter script or the myjd API.

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Old 26.11.2021, 02:13
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Thank for the reply. I had thought that there was a static database that included multi host capabilities. Now it seems that this is dynamic and built on the fly, so I understand why I can't search.

Do you know of an easy way to search multihosters for specific services that they support?
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Old 26.11.2021, 20:46
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I had thought that there was a static database that included multi host capabilities.
That would be pretty time-intense for us to maintain
Some very old multihost plugins may include static lists in our source code but that's it.

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Now it seems that this is dynamic and built on the fly, so I understand why I can't search.
No idea what you mean...a search function built in JD for supported hosts makess no sense for me.
Most of all users decide which MOCH account they want in beforehand and then add it to JD.
We do not (also not serverside) maintain any kind of database of this.
It all gets fewtched on the fly, mostly via APIs directly from the multihost websites.

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Do you know of an easy way to search multihosters for specific services that they support?
No.
There are some lists on the Internet but most of them will be outdated.
Random example (german website):
usefulvid.com/multihoster-im-vergleich/

If you want to have a nicer list, do as described in my last post (quite some coding work involved).
If you want even more details in your set of data, you will have to create a custom system which e.g. also includes limits per host for specific multihosts and so on (even more work needed).


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