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Old 01-11-2003, 08:45 AM   #1
horizon
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Default NEW BUG discovered - Site Renaming -> Queue BUG

hi d00ds,
i found a new bug in vthe very latest (non-beta) release of FFXP that leads to next file in transfer queue to be set to failed.

to reproduce do the following:

connect to site XYZ from in your site-mgr. queue 10 files for dl to your local hd. start the transfer-queue. now open the site-mgr (F$), and rename site XYZ to XYZZ. Pause the transfer-queue. when the current file is finished and all is paused, press 'GO' again to continiue the queue. u will notice that some strange error-msg will occur in the status window and the file that was on top in your transfer queue will be marked as 'failed'.

cheers,
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Old 01-11-2003, 06:00 PM   #2
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I conducted some tests and I was unable to reproduce the problem as you have described. What was the error message in the status window?
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Old 01-21-2003, 12:38 PM   #3
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Default I don't think it's a bug...

I did the procedure you described and I got this error msg:

[09:30:49] Error: "name of site" not found in Site Manager

But the transfer queue wtill worked fine. I think this is a normal error letting you know that the site you are DLing from is no longer in the Site Manager as the queue expects it to be.
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