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by thenetstriker
02 Feb 15 14:07
Forum: Photo Supreme
Topic: PhotoSupreme SQL not starting since last update
Replies: 8
Views: 4018

Re: PhotoSupreme SQL not starting since last update

Edit: The error only occurs if I run the application directly on the server. (Windows Server 2012) On Windows workstations is no errror.
by thenetstriker
02 Feb 15 14:04
Forum: Photo Supreme
Topic: New image properties not found (SQL Server 2012)
Replies: 13
Views: 6480

Re: New image properties not found (SQL Server 2012)

I didn't alter anything, but I've moved the database from the old SQL Server 2008 to the new SQL Server 2012. Maybe this messed up the index somehow.
by thenetstriker
02 Feb 15 13:43
Forum: Photo Supreme
Topic: New image properties not found (SQL Server 2012)
Replies: 13
Views: 6480

Re: New image properties not found (SQL Server 2012)

I've already found a solution for the problem. I've found out that the difference betreen a LIKE and a CONTAINS query is that the CONTAINS query searches using the fulltext catalog and the LIKE query searches directly. I've just recreated the fulltext catalog and now can find the labels again.
by thenetstriker
02 Feb 15 0:12
Forum: Photo Supreme
Topic: New image properties not found (SQL Server 2012)
Replies: 13
Views: 6480

Re: New image properties not found (SQL Server 2012)

Yes, exactly, this is the search box that should return my image labels, but doesn't return anything since the rebuild of the index. Any ideas what could cause this?
by thenetstriker
01 Feb 15 22:21
Forum: Photo Supreme
Topic: New image properties not found (SQL Server 2012)
Replies: 13
Views: 6480

Re: New image properties not found (SQL Server 2012)

What exactly do you mean with "Does filtering by text work"? And yes, I mean the label assign panel. When I try to find a label to assign it just doesn't find anything now. Maybe it has something to to with the SQL Server version. (I've upgraded from SQL Server 2008 to 2012) It seams as labels I've ...
by thenetstriker
01 Feb 15 18:11
Forum: Photo Supreme
Topic: New image properties not found (SQL Server 2012)
Replies: 13
Views: 6480

Re: New image properties not found (SQL Server 2012)

I've tried several search texts that worked before the rebuild of the search index, but none of them are working now. The problem occurs in the search field on the top right of the application and when assigning image properties. But the search on the left side (magnifying glass) still works.
by thenetstriker
31 Jan 15 17:47
Forum: Photo Supreme
Topic: New image properties not found (SQL Server 2012)
Replies: 13
Views: 6480

Re: New image properties not found (SQL Server 2012)

I've done that. Now the search does not return any results at all. The table is filled with values, but the query does not find anything. Any ideas what this could be?
by thenetstriker
28 Jan 15 16:11
Forum: Photo Supreme
Topic: New image properties not found (SQL Server 2012)
Replies: 13
Views: 6480

New image properties not found (SQL Server 2012)

Since i've updated to SQL Server 2012 and the latest PhotoSupreme version (don't know exactly which update caused the problem) I do not find newly added properties anymore. I've traced this at the sql server and found the following query: select top 50 * from idSearchData x where CONTAINS(x.ContentV...
by thenetstriker
14 Jan 15 14:28
Forum: Photo Supreme
Topic: PhotoSupreme SQL not starting since last update
Replies: 8
Views: 4018

Re: PhotoSupreme SQL not starting since last update

@ thenetstriker Run this query directly on your database: delete from idImageData where DataName = 'LASTACTIVETABS' Thanks for the hint. After I deleted this row the application did start up, but with an error message. (See attached file) I've tried to select a category and restart the application ...
by thenetstriker
14 Jan 15 0:55
Forum: Photo Supreme
Topic: PhotoSupreme SQL not starting since last update
Replies: 8
Views: 4018

Re: PhotoSupreme SQL not starting since last update

I am pretty sure that I left only one tab open the last time I quit the application and I've waited for about an hour. The application just takes more and more memory. (More than 3GB) I've started an SQL trace on the server to see what the application is doing, but only a few sql statements are sent...
by thenetstriker
11 Jan 15 15:54
Forum: Photo Supreme
Topic: PhotoSupreme SQL not starting since last update
Replies: 8
Views: 4018

PhotoSupreme SQL not starting since last update

Since the last update of PhotoSupreme SQL the application do not start up any more. I can select my database and after that the IDImager.exe process is just eating up more and more ram but nothing shows up. (I've killed the process after 2GB of ram usage) Is this a known issue or can I help finding ...
by thenetstriker
03 Jan 14 14:50
Forum: Photo Supreme
Topic: Sql server version of Photo Supreme
Replies: 71
Views: 39586

Re: Sql server version of Photo Supreme

Hi Steve, Are you still able to release and support the Mac Version ? Please advise how I get a Mac licence That is possible. For sales questions, please send an email to sales@idimager.com Can you also provide setup instructions ? If you mean SQLServer setup and configuration instructions for PSU ...
by thenetstriker
08 Nov 13 16:54
Forum: Photo Supreme
Topic: How are recipes saved in the database?
Replies: 9
Views: 3891

Re: How are recipes saved in the database?

I've now managed it to implement most of the recipe type in my application, except the frame, title and watermarks. All these types have an Base64 stream containing the information. I've converted those Base64 streams to binary files and now I get files starting with e.g. "TPF0TFrameDesignModel" Is ...
by thenetstriker
05 Nov 13 10:11
Forum: Photo Supreme
Topic: How are recipes saved in the database?
Replies: 9
Views: 3891

Re: How are recipes saved in the database?

Thanks for the hint, I was able to decompress the XMP info using this library: http://www.componentace.com/products/product.php?id=11 In the XMP I found this part containing the recipe info: <rdf:Description rdf:about="" xmlns:iles="http://ns.idimager.com/iles/1.0/" iles:IsEnabled="1" iles:RecipeNam...
by thenetstriker
04 Nov 13 16:03
Forum: Photo Supreme
Topic: How are recipes saved in the database?
Replies: 9
Views: 3891

Re: How are recipes saved in the database?

I've tried to decompress the bytes using the .net GZipStream and I've also tried to save the bytes to a file and open them with WinRAR, but both ways the bytes where not reconized as a compressed format. What format do you exactly use to compress the xmp info?