Tabbles does not see the encrypted disk 2016-05-16T18:21:54+00:00

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  • user52
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    Post count: 2

    Hello. I use a program to encrypt files. When I decrypt files the program creates a new disk with the decrypted data.

    I plugged in this drive, specify a unique name in the Tabbles. I added files, add the tags with Tabbles and disconnected drive.

    –°onnect disk again – Tabbles does not detect drive.

    When i try to open a file from Tabbles tag – i got the message “please connect the disk labeled …”.

    If i connect this drive to another letter (F instead E, for example) – Tabbles detect it as new drive and ask for unique name.

    Questions:
    1) How to force Tabbles to see files on the disk, which was added before the first disconnection?
    2) How to move already tagged files with “Database update wizard”? I try to change disk letter in Tabbles (after connection my disk to another letter), but Tabbles requires that both drives are connected.

  • user52
    Member
    Post count: 2

    I opened the database and replace the old disk ID to the new ID in all tables.
    Accessed files, now I can move them.

    Why this identifier is present across multiple tables?
    It looks like a very bad database design.

  • Andrea
    Keymaster
    Post count: 879

    Hi there,

    we never made any test with encrypted disk. In our next release (Tabbles 4) we won’t use the DiskID anymoer, we’ll release a beta later today.

  • xKater
    Member
    Post count: 3

    What will replace the “DiskID” mechanism – just the full path? — which of course we can easily globally replace drive letters, here and there, where necessary?

    tia

  • Andrea
    Keymaster
    Post count: 879

    Yes, the full path.
    If you’re in sharing group, in V4, Tabbles saves the path for every machine where the file is tagged.

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