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by thenetstriker
25 May 18 9:29
Forum: Photo Supreme
Topic: Can not load DB-Lib client library "dblib.dll"
Replies: 11
Views: 4097

Re: Can not load DB-Lib client library "dblib.dll"

Maybe a virus scanner? I already tried to disable the virus scanner and then run the application, but the error still occurs. I also compared the file size and the content of the dll from the computer where the program is working with the one where it isn't and there are no differences. Are there m...
by thenetstriker
24 May 18 19:54
Forum: Photo Supreme
Topic: Can not load DB-Lib client library "dblib.dll"
Replies: 11
Views: 4097

Re: Can not load DB-Lib client library "dblib.dll"

Is dblib.dll in the installation folder? That is the folder that also holds idimagersu.exe If so, have you tried to redownload and install again? If so, what is your SQLServer version? I've just completely redownloaded and reinstalled the application, but the error still shows. As I wrote in the fi...
by thenetstriker
24 May 18 17:52
Forum: Photo Supreme
Topic: Can not load DB-Lib client library "dblib.dll"
Replies: 11
Views: 4097

Re: Can not load DB-Lib client library "dblib.dll"

I just tested the installation set on a clean Windows and all works fine. Could it be that you installed the 64 bit version on a 32 bit OS? Hi Hert, yes it is an Windows 10 Pro x64 System. It also has the two program files Folders for x86 and x64 and Photosupreme was installend in the x64 folder. A...
by thenetstriker
23 May 18 16:12
Forum: Photo Supreme
Topic: Can not load DB-Lib client library "dblib.dll"
Replies: 11
Views: 4097

Can not load DB-Lib client library "dblib.dll"

I've just installed the latest version of Photosupreme for SQL Server on a computer for the first time and now I get the error when trying to conntect to my database. Any ideas what could be the Problem? (I found the dblib.dll in the installation directory)
by thenetstriker
16 May 18 13:16
Forum: Photo Supreme
Topic: Problems syncing metadata to files
Replies: 2
Views: 1169

Problems syncing metadata to files

I just installed Photosupreme 4.1 (SQL Server) and now I'm having trouble syncing the metadata to the files. When I try to sync the data the progress bar shows but nothing happens. The file is not updated and the photo still has the not synced state. Any idea what could be the problem?
by thenetstriker
26 Apr 18 13:07
Forum: Photo Supreme
Topic: Feature requests and Bug reporting
Replies: 66
Views: 70353

Re: Feature requests and Bug reporting

Is there any chance that we are getting support for panoramic picures in the near future?

I've submitted a feature request about a year ago in mantis: http://mantis.idimager.com/view.php?id=3144
by thenetstriker
12 Dec 16 15:14
Forum: Photo Supreme
Topic: Feature requests and Bug reporting
Replies: 66
Views: 70353

Re: Feature requests and Bug reporting

Is support for 360 degree photos (e.g. from Samsung Galaxy Gear 360) planed or could you add this as a feature request?
by thenetstriker
02 Aug 16 22:41
Forum: Photo Supreme
Topic: libsybd.5.dylib error (MAC)
Replies: 2
Views: 3718

Re: libsybd.5.dylib error (MAC)

Yes I meant libsybdb.5.dylib. I've just sent you the out the output via email.
by thenetstriker
01 Aug 16 14:20
Forum: Photo Supreme
Topic: libsybd.5.dylib error (MAC)
Replies: 2
Views: 3718

libsybd.5.dylib error (MAC)

I've just installed the latest version of Photo Supreme for MAC. When starting the application I get the following error:

Can not load DB-Lib client library "libsybdb.5.so".
Check your installation.
No such file or directory.

How can I solve this error?
by thenetstriker
14 Jun 15 20:18
Forum: Photo Supreme
Topic: SQL Server: Bad performance searching for properties
Replies: 11
Views: 5050

Re: SQL Server: Bad performance searching for properties

Yes the query is much faster now. Thanks for the quick fix!
by thenetstriker
09 Jun 15 9:09
Forum: Photo Supreme
Topic: SQL Server: Bad performance searching for properties
Replies: 11
Views: 5050

Re: SQL Server: Bad performance searching for properties

Thanks, this version works! I'am now rebuilding the search data an then I will see if the image properties still are doubled. Do you have any news regarding the performance while searching? Edit: Rebuilding the search data using the latest version did fix the problem of doubled image properties, but...
by thenetstriker
08 Jun 15 16:05
Forum: Photo Supreme
Topic: SQL Server: Bad performance searching for properties
Replies: 11
Views: 5050

Re: SQL Server: Bad performance searching for properties

I've just installed the latest build, but now I'cant connect to my database anymore. If I try to connect I get the following error message: Es kann keine Verbindung zur Datenbank hergestellt werden. Die Datenbank meldet: Can not load PostgresSQL client library "libpg.dll" Check your installation. Al...
by thenetstriker
07 Jun 15 18:11
Forum: Photo Supreme
Topic: SQL Server: Bad performance searching for properties
Replies: 11
Views: 5050

Re: SQL Server: Bad performance searching for properties

I've already tried that. I've also rebuilt the full text indexes, but the query is still slow. Any other ideas?
by thenetstriker
29 May 15 9:55
Forum: Photo Supreme
Topic: SQL Server: Bad performance searching for properties
Replies: 11
Views: 5050

Re: SQL Server: Bad performance searching for properties

I'am using the latest version of Photo Supreme V3 Server Edition. I also have another question. In the table idSearchData I've got 3 rows for every image property. (all related to the same "RelatedGUID" but with different GUID's) So for every search I get every image property 3 times. Is this also a...
by thenetstriker
27 May 15 13:13
Forum: Photo Supreme
Topic: SQL Server: Bad performance searching for properties
Replies: 11
Views: 5050

SQL Server: Bad performance searching for properties

I'am using PhotoSupreme with a database on an SQL Server 2012. The overall performance is good, besides searching for image properties in the "assign" window. In the background the following SQL statement is used for the search: select top 50 * from idSearchData x where CONTAINS(x.ContentValue, N'"T...