publishing never ends

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Offline merx

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publishing never ends
« on: March 31, 2010, 11:32:54 PM »
Hi everyone!
I have huge problems with publishing schedules on clients in MagicInfo Pro on XP OS.  Schedules are created for 30 days, 2 different screens. Content files are avi (56 MB) and web pages switching every 30 min from 7:00 untill 18:00.
Screens having 8 members UXN-400. All screens are showed as connected in MagicInfo Pro. Also network connection server-clients exists (ping and VNC viewer are working). Clients are having 1GB free space. When click on publish, server is processing 4 minutes creating 8 *.scn files in local folder. After that publishing message is shown but no progress bar  grow and waiting for ours but no error and no publish.
Do you have any idea for resolving problem and debuging?
Thanks for great forum.

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Offline Bill Coral

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Re: publishing never ends
« Reply #1 on: April 02, 2010, 05:31:06 PM »
It looks as if though you have different versions. I would suggest that you use 2508 as server and 3003 as a client. That combination works just fine.

Bill

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Re: publishing never ends
« Reply #2 on: April 16, 2010, 10:28:50 PM »
1.after some  examination we figure out there is bug when extending play time for group monitors scedule.
If you create a scedule and publish it and you want to extend playing time (writing new value in END TIME), MagicInfo Pro starting to slow down.
Publishing will never end. This is because MagicInfo pro creates multiple scedules in same time when you want to extend time for already created scedules! In database in table "Group_schedules"  we found lots of duplicated records. After playing "select dinstinct * from group_schedules" and deleting duplicated records everything working fine. This issue concern only for group monitors scedule.
In table "schedules" there was not duplicates.

Do enyone have same conclusions?

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Offline Bill Coral

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Re: publishing never ends
« Reply #3 on: April 23, 2010, 07:14:47 PM »
Good observations. I do not use long schedules so I do not have the problem, but I can see few people have, but I think you havedescrobed this well, but I cannot offer any more knowledge on this one. Thanks.

Bill