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Old 04.07.2017, 22:17
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Default dlc link containers not working?

After today's update, any time I load a .jlc link instead of finding the actual link it just downloads the jlc file. Before, it was parsing it and adding the actual links.


Example links:

**External links are only visible to Support Staff****External links are only visible to Support Staff**
**External links are only visible to Support Staff****External links are only visible to Support Staff**
**External links are only visible to Support Staff****External links are only visible to Support Staff**
**External links are only visible to Support Staff****External links are only visible to Support Staff**
**External links are only visible to Support Staff****External links are only visible to Support Staff**
**External links are only visible to Support Staff****External links are only visible to Support Staff**


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04.07.17 12.06.46 <--> 04.07.17 13.15.16 jdlog://2891014015941/
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Old 05.07.2017, 02:54
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not sure to be honest, maybe regression? LinkCrawler.autoimportcontainer (checked) yet adds to linkgrabber.

I see in your log that you have them added twice?
--ID:1370TS:1499198832563-7/4/17 1:07:12 PM - [jd.controlling.linkcollector.LinkCollector$11(run)] -> Filtered Dupe: **External links are only visible to Support Staff****External links are only visible to Support Staff**

for instance
other links are added to linkgrabber and downloaded via directhttp plugin.

When I tried it does behave in the same fashion.

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Old 05.07.2017, 03:22
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I can confirm, the latest update breaks DLC containers. You can save them just fine, but you cannot load them into JDownloader.
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Old 05.07.2017, 03:31
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I see in your log that you have them added twice?
--ID:1370TS:1499198832563-7/4/17 1:07:12 PM - [jd.controlling.linkcollector.LinkCollector$11(run)] -> Filtered Dupe: **External links are only visible to Support Staff**...


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I may have added some twice; they filtered properly. I added them via right click - copy URL, with linkgrabber active. It's how I've always added them. I added some yesterday with no issue, just a few hours before I ran the update. Post update, it saves them as downloadables rather than parsing and adding the contained links.
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Old 05.07.2017, 04:02
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yes its broken
I have done some testing
and isolated the issue
I can't apply any fixes as I dont have ability to send core updates.
I will tell appwork when they get in

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Old 05.07.2017, 05:05
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isolated to htmlparser (within jd and appwork projects) .
there are way too many method calls in cleanup and formatting of uri within htmlparsing
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Old 05.07.2017, 07:44
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I'm still unable to reproduce the issue. Containers work fine via DragDrop/Copy/Clipboard/Decrypters.
Would be nice to do a Teamviewer Session, please contact us via support@jdownloader.org
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Old 05.07.2017, 07:53
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Found the issue, thanks to raztoki for giving the important hint! Will be fixed in next couple of minutes. sorry for the inconvenience
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Old 05.07.2017, 10:58
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Thank you Raztoki and Jiaz, the new core update fixed the issue. Containers are loading fine now.
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Old 06.07.2017, 04:44
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I was also experiencing the problem of not being able to load containers, but I am able load containers again after the latest updates.

However, I am still experiencing problems with trying to download links from containers. When I try to start downloading, in the download tab under the 'status' column, it indicates "Invalid download directory". I was not experiencing this problem with containers before these latest updates.

It is possible for someone to look into this and advise ?
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Old 06.07.2017, 05:06
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@zebo28e
containers do not provide the save path. that is taken from either default path or package customiser rules.

ensure that you have read/write permissions to the specified save path. If you still have issues we can provide you with teamviewer session

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Old 06.07.2017, 05:43
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Not sure how to check read/write permissions to the specified save path. I am a new user with Jdownloader and am on a steep learning curve for the time being.

I experienced the problem on containers for 2 different movie downloads. I just tried downloading from a 3rd container for a different movie posted by the same person and it seems to be working properly. I suppose the first 2 containers that I experienced the problems with do not have links that are still valid. That is a bit confusing though, because when those containers were initially loaded, information in the lingrabber tab 'availability' column indicated the links were online.
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Old 06.07.2017, 08:12
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just because indication available status is online within linkgrabber doesn't mean the download will work.

some providers give you offline status during download so you cant always tell until download starts.

invalid download directory could also happen I believe on filename/directory path is too long.

Try renaming filename if its super long.
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I renamed one of the filenames and it is working now, so the long filename must have been the problem.

Thanks for your help.
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Old 06.07.2017, 08:35
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good stuff
jiaz should really remove the restriction he has hard in place, and parse the java exception (should be something standard) for when you can't create/make new file.

I've personally removed the offending code in my workspace years ago and never had a single issue. Tested on some linux systems and windows7(ntfs)

my 2 cents


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