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Old 14.02.2015, 13:06
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There's not really anything to show. Can't you reproduce it on your end?

Besides, I don't know you and I'm not comfortable with having a stranger look into not one but two computers of mine.
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Old 14.02.2015, 13:18
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It's easier for us to see the issue live. That way we can check logs/console and try some stuff without having to try to reproduce the issue locally. Of course we understand that you aare not comfortable with us taking a look via teamviewer. But keep in mind that you are comfortable enough to use our JDownloader on your computer but not trusting the developers enough to help you.
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Old 14.02.2015, 20:46
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It's easier for us to see the issue live.
That's kind of the problem: There is nothing to show. No log entries, no error message (or anything else) in console.
It's just like the original error, I think the extension isn't called.

However I have to say that my initial config is from a non-headless (= GUI) installation. BUT I still can run it in GUI mode (and I've already done that), so I think this shouldn't be a problem.
Or should I delete it and reinstall it via your posted console (-install) command in headless mode?

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Old 14.02.2015, 20:53
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there are many debug parameters
for example
java -jar JDownloader.jar -console
will show all logging stuff on console
you can also enable debug parameter in advanced config so everything gets written to log (disabled by default because logs can get very big very fast)
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Old 14.02.2015, 21:29
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Thanks for this, didn't know that. (Btw: Is there any not outdated documentation of JDownloader?)

I don't know why, but I just did several tests and it's working. I copied the crawljob file myself into the watchfolder and my scripts were executed correctly.
But somehow it didn't work this morning or someday else.
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Old 14.02.2015, 22:23
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FireFly alle Updates Installieren, dann gehts
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Old 14.02.2015, 23:14
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Es ist alles auf dem neuesten Stand.
Oder meinst du den Fall, dass es bei ausstehenden / also noch nicht installierten Updates nicht geht? Falls ja, wie kann man die automatisch installieren lassen?
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Old 15.02.2015, 16:09
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? Hä? Einfach alle ausstehenden Updates installieren, und dann geht auch FolderWatch headless
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Old 15.02.2015, 18:00
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Ich glaube hier liegt ein Missverständnis vor.
FolderWatch ging schon von Anfang an problemlos im Headless-Mode.
Bisher war das Problem, dass der EventScripter im Headless-Mode nicht funktioniert hat, das wurde nun aber behoben.
Jetzt ist das Problem, dass der EventScripter in Verbindung mit automatisch hinzugefügten Downloads durch das FolderWatch-Plugin nicht funktioniert.

Ich kann allerdings nicht genau sagen, ob das Problem noch vorhanden ist. Ich habe wie bereits gesagt gestern (Abend) ein paar Tests manuell durchgeführt und alles hat so funktioniert, wie es soll. Gestern Morgen hat es (vollautomatisch) jedoch noch nicht funktioniert.
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Old 17.02.2015, 10:57
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Es hat schon wieder nicht funktioniert.

Die Dateien wurden erfolgreich erkannt (Log FolderWatch):

Spoiler:

Zensierte Sachen sind kursiv dargestellt.
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--ID:65TS:1424160360191-17.02.15 09:06:00 - [org.jdownloader.extensions.folderwatchV2.FolderWatchExtension(run)] -> RUN
--ID:65TS:1424160360191-17.02.15 09:06:00 - [org.jdownloader.extensions.folderwatchV2.FolderWatchExtension(run)] -> Scan C:\Users\Administrator\JDwatch - C:\Users\Administrator\JDwatch
--ID:65TS:1424160360191-17.02.15 09:06:00 - [org.jdownloader.extensions.folderwatchV2.FolderWatchExtension(run)] -> exists: true
--ID:65TS:1424160360191-17.02.15 09:06:00 - [org.jdownloader.extensions.folderwatchV2.FolderWatchExtension(run)] -> isDirectory: true
--ID:65TS:1424160360191-17.02.15 09:06:00 - [org.jdownloader.extensions.folderwatchV2.FolderWatchExtension(run)] -> [added, CRAWLJOB_NAME.crawljob, [...]]
--ID:65TS:1424160360192-17.02.15 09:06:00 - [org.jdownloader.extensions.folderwatchV2.FolderWatchExtension$1(accept)] -> added : false
--ID:65TS:1424160360192-17.02.15 09:06:00 - [org.jdownloader.extensions.folderwatchV2.FolderWatchExtension$1(accept)] -> CRAWLJOB_NAME.crawljob : true
--ID:65TS:1424160360192-17.02.15 09:06:00 - [org.jdownloader.extensions.folderwatchV2.FolderWatchExtension(addCrawlJob)] -> Parse C:\Users\Administrator\JDwatch\CRAWLJOB_NAME.crawljob
--ID:65TS:1424160360200-17.02.15 09:06:00 - [org.jdownloader.extensions.folderwatchV2.FolderWatchExtension(addJob)] -> AddJob
{
"filename" : null,
"chunks" : 0,
"autoConfirm" : "TRUE",
"addOfflineLink" : true,
"autoStart" : "UNSET",
"forcedStart" : "UNSET",
"enabled" : null,
"text" : "LINKS",
"deepAnalyseEnabled" : false,
"packageName" : "PACKAGE_NAME",
"priority" : "DEFAULT",
"extractAfterDownload" : "UNSET",
"comment" : null,
"downloadFolder" : "FOLDER_NAME",
"extractPasswords" : null,
"downloadPassword" : null,
"overwritePackagizerEnabled" : true,
"type" : "NORMAL"
}
--ID:65TS:1424160360935-17.02.15 09:06:00 - [org.jdownloader.extensions.folderwatchV2.FolderWatchExtension(move)] -> Move C:\Users\Administrator\JDwatch\CRAWLJOB_NAME.crawljob
[...]
--ID:65TS:1424160361121-17.02.15 09:06:01 - [org.jdownloader.extensions.folderwatchV2.FolderWatchExtension(run)] -> DONE


Mein Crawljob-File sieht immer so aus:
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autoConfirm=TRUE
downloadFolder=FOLDER
packageName=NAME
text=LINKS
Ich würde ja gerne das EventScripter-Log posten, aber der letzte Eintrag ist von gestern! D.h. (wie ich bereits des Öfteren gesagt habe) das Plugin wird erst gar nicht aufgerufen.

Was mache ich falsch?
Fehlen mir Angaben im Crawljob-File?
z.B. "autoStart", "forcedStart", "enabled" o.Ä. ?
Ich habe mehrere Tests damit gemacht und es macht keinen (sichtbaren) Unterschied, ob diese Werte gesetzt sind oder nicht.
Um Downloads automatisch zu starten, reicht es aus "autoConfirm" auf true zu setzen.

! WICHTIG !

Was mir aufgefallen ist: Das Test-File, mit dem es geht, hat lediglich 2 (unterschiedliche) Links.
Meine automatisch hinzugefügten Dateien habe mehrere Links und alle sind gleich. Mit dem Packagizer deaktiviere ich manche Hoster und der Rest wird entsprechend unterschiedlich priorisiert, um eine Hoster-Präferenz festzulegen.
Kann es sein, dass dieses Paket dann intern nicht als fertiggstellt gilt, obwohl es fertig ist und im Webinterface sogar "Fertiggestellt" steht?

Aber selbst dann müsste der EventScripter doch aufgerufen werden. Es macht dann halt nichts, wenn package.isFinished() false ist.... hmm...
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Old 18.02.2015, 11:15
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Ich weiß jetzt woran es liegt!
Ein Paket gilt >intern< nicht als fertiggestellt, wenn es deaktivierte Links beinhaltet. Der Status wechselt zwar auf "Fertiggestellt", package.isFinished() liefert aber "false" zurück.

Könntet ihr das beheben?
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Old 18.02.2015, 12:02
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Danke fürs Finden! Wird behoben.

Solltet ihr irgendwas am Eventscript vermissen, sagt bescheid, dann erweitere ich das entsprechend.
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Old 18.02.2015, 12:39
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Danke für die Rückmeldung
Kannst du dann hier Bescheid geben, wenn es behoben wurde? Damit ich es weiß und testen kann ^^
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Old 18.02.2015, 16:44
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Ist behoben
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Old 18.02.2015, 17:44
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Danke!
Soeben getestet und es funktioniert
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Old 25.05.2015, 12:53
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hey guys,
i am trying to install eventscripter via cmd but i just can't get it to work. i quit jdownloader and then i executed java -jar JDownloader.jar -install eventscripter
the i restarted it but eventscripter doesnt show up in the settings. it eventscripter.jar file is present in the extensions folder..

thanks in advcance
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Old 25.05.2015, 17:04
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Sure it doesnt sshow up? Scroll down?
Please provide a logfile. Menu -> Help -> Create log and give logID here
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Old 25.05.2015, 17:11
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Sure it doesnt sshow up? Scroll down?
Please provide a logfile. Menu -> Help -> Create log and give logID here
thanks for the answer. i have gotten a little bit further. it seems to have installed correctly and when i start with -scan it shows up.
but when i start it normally its not here anymore..

i cant find where to create the log i only have my.jdownloader ..
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Old 25.05.2015, 17:14
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Just zip the log folder and send to us at support@jdownloader.org
-scan should not be needed. The Logfile will tell us what goes wrong so we can fix it
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Old 25.05.2015, 17:20
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Just zip the log folder and send to us at support@jdownloader.org
-scan should not be needed. The Logfile will tell us what goes wrong so we can fix it
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