October 19, 2015 at 11:02 #8577
- Change a database type from XML to SQL format (you can use a SQLite or MySQL* database).
- Adds the ability for translating a paths in database from local to network and back.
- Fixed a bug with crashing a 3ds Max on invalid IES files when rendering a diagram.
- Fixed some minor potential issues with renaming a Favorities folders.
* Use a MySQL database for synchronize a database for users on local network.
This is ability has a sense only for using one database for multiple users.
Your own administrator must install and configure the MySQL database.
You must use a network paths in TreeView.
You can convert current local paths to network in “Preferences” dialog.
Note: this version not support for automatic updating TreeView – user must refresh a TreeView manually.
Related to "Project Manager v.2.24.14"October 22, 2015 at 23:43 #9826
Thanks for that great feature it’s going to be really useful !
I noticed that the database only keeps track of the library (folders) and not the files yet (tags and comments still create a .dsk file to store info).
Are you planning to expand the database so that all the keywords and comment will be stored there ?
I’m asking that as we were gonna go through the process of tagging all our assets and don’t want to do it twice…
Thanks !October 28, 2015 at 09:43 #9827
do u have any explanation how to use sql ? coz not all of people now how to use sqlOctober 28, 2015 at 11:14 #9828
SQLite not requares any knowledges for using.
It used by default and installed with Project Manager.
Simple install and use the plugin.October 28, 2015 at 11:23 #9829
ok, i already set the database on my server. which is on drive V.
now, tell me how my other PC can access this database on drive V ?
coz u said the main purpose using mysql or sql is to use 1 data base source for multiple user ?
can u help me on skype ? coz this is really messed up my setting and we are using project manager on lots of pc. and i need to fix this fastOctober 28, 2015 at 14:22 #9830
It is not reccomend for using a SQLite for sync database.
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