Network documents tagging problem2014-03-31T12:05:27+00:00

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  • mikolajek
    Post count: 2

    I store most of my documents on NAS server and I’d like to have them tagged and included into Tabbles library. However, when I try to tag a file located on network (not mentioning the whole folder), Tabbles gets frozen and stays like that until the process is killed manually. Tabbles has been granted full access in the firewall, so I don’t think it gets blocked.

    Any ideas on enabling tagging of network files? I’m saying “enabling” on purpose as it’s impossible now, so it’s way too early to discuss the speed.

  • mikolajek
    Post count: 2

    To be more precise – when trying to drag&drop a file from network location into Tabbles window, the following error appears:
    Code version: 3.0.4

    execInThread –

    ——————– Level 0 ————-

    Exception type = Misc+NetworkPathNotManaged

    hresult = -2146233088

    Message = Exception of type ‘Misc+NetworkPathNotManaged’ was thrown.

    StackTrace = at [email protected](Boolean cached, String fullLocalPath, Unit unitVar)
    at Misc.getDiskIdAndPathInDbFormatOfFullLocalPath2(Boolean cached, String fullPath)
    at [email protected](String fullPath)
    at[T,TResult](FSharpFunc2 mapping, FSharpList1 x)
    at [email protected](Unit unitVar0)
    at [email protected](FSharpFunc2 f, Unit unitVar0)

  • Andrea
    Post count: 894

    Hi there,

    We’ll, this is a bug 🙂
    thanks a lot for the bug report – we’ll look into that asap-

    Could you please drop us a line at bugs at, and then we can continue there?



  • Andrea
    Post count: 894

    @mikolajek: basically you’re trying to tag files on an UNC (that is, a path like \\fileserver\folder\ ).
    Tabbles doesn’t support that: in order to tag those files, you need to map your NAS to a letter (I assume you know how to do that).

    In our next release, we’ll manage this exception, meaning that instead of crashing, Tabbles will show an error message. But if you map your drive, you’re good to go already.



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