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Old 14.03.2017, 19:38
thechacal23 thechacal23 is offline
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Hi,

I want to know if I can writte a file for jdownloader like .dlc with this parameters for each link:

A) file name to save
B) download path

In the jdownloader if I put the links, I change the name and I give to create dlc then when importing the dlc, each link has the name that I have put it and not the original one of the file.

Esta soluciˇn serÝa valida, pero no me vale, porque lo que quiero es hacer dinamicamente un .dlc o algo similar que pueda importar con mßs de mil enlaces, que el nombre que debe de tener cada fichero esta en la direcciˇn, pero no es el nombre de por si del fichero.

This solution would be valid, but it does not work for me, because I want to make it dynamically into .dlc or something similar that can import. because i want to import more than a thousand links, and the name that each file must have is in the address link, but it is not the Name of the file.

To explain better, I'll put the following example:

Let's imagine that the download path of three files are:
www . example . com / asd / typeA / original.asd
www . example . com / asd / typeB / original.asd
www . example . com / asd / typeC / original.asd

If I copy and paste those links in the jdownloader, by default all are called original.asd and I want to specify that the path is that but the name of each file is typeA, typeB and typeC.

I want to do a simple code with Java or C++ to make the thousand links urls with their names in a .dlc or some file to import it in jdownloader
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Old 14.03.2017, 19:49
mgpai mgpai is offline
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You can create 'crawljob' files and add it to JD using the 'folderwatch' extension.

If the file name is part of the url (as in your example), you can also create packagizer rule to extract it and use wildcards to automatically rename the file.
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Old 15.03.2017, 10:34
thechacal23 thechacal23 is offline
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You can create 'crawljob' files and add it to JD using the 'folderwatch' extension.

If the file name is part of the url (as in your example), you can also create packagizer rule to extract it and use wildcards to automatically rename the file.
Thank you very much, the crawljob is amazing. It's all that I need
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Old 15.03.2017, 11:08
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In case you need further help, just contact us again
In case you can code Java, you might also use the MyJDownloader API to send links/control JDownloader. You can contact us via support@jdownloader.org if you want to know more.
You could also use the *basic* flashgot api, see https://support.jdownloader.org/Know...hgot-interface
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