dam trying to share group folders for the users. So, i have created some group folder with group.
The actual Data will be synchronised with the group folder over job and shell script.
this scenario works, bu not files are visible in GUI.
Second Problem, is, that group folder will star under __groupfolders with numeric names. Such 1,2,…n
Is it posible to store group folders with the original names?
I have created 5 Groupfolders, with read/write right for Group Family.
It works perfectly. The clients see those folders and the data will be synchronised in both ways.
Now on my server i have one Job with rsync, that syncronized data with those 5 group folder. wuh… But the clients do not see this data.
And the last:
5 group folders with names “Photo, Music, Documents etc.” was created. So i founded on hdd where the group folder will be stored an this is folder under name “__groupfolders”. In this folder there are 5 groupfolders nut they have names such “1”, “2”,“3”
My question was, if it possible to change name of folders “1”,“2” to real names “Documents”, “Music”?
No - in the database you will see:
folder_id - bigint(20) - autoincrement - primary index - notNULL
mount_point - varchar(4000) utf8_bin - notNULL
As long as you do not change (and I wouldn’t do it) the type to varchar, it will be a number.
I think you can try occ with groupfolders:scan
Scan a group folder for outside changes
groupfolders:scan [options] [--] <folder_id>
folder_id Id of the folder to configure
--output[=OUTPUT] Output format (plain, json or json_pretty, default is plain) [default: "plain"]
-h, --help Display this help message
-q, --quiet Do not output any message
-V, --version Display this application version
--ansi Force ANSI output
--no-ansi Disable ANSI output
-n, --no-interaction Do not ask any interactive question
--no-warnings Skip global warnings, show command output only
-v|vv|vvv, --verbose Increase the verbosity of messages: 1 for normal output, 2 for more verbose output and 3 for debug
This should add the files into the DB - else they are not visible.