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« on: February 15, 2017, 04:49 »
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While uploading using DeepMeta 3 I get the error:
Error: 422 422 - submission_batch: maximum number of contributions reached

My batch contains 155 files
After 100 successful uploads I have got this error

Are the batches limited to 100 files?
Does ESP accept no more than 100 files per batch?

With the previous version of DeepMeta (2) the limit was 9999


« Reply #1 on: February 15, 2017, 08:40 »
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While uploading using DeepMeta 3 I get the error:
Error: 422 422 - submission_batch: maximum number of contributions reached

My batch contains 155 files
After 100 successful uploads I have got this error

Are the batches limited to 100 files?
Does ESP accept no more than 100 files per batch?

With the previous version of DeepMeta (2) the limit was 9999
Yes the batches are limited to 100 files.
That's the info I got from Getty.

I do believe you can create as many batches as you like though.

« Reply #2 on: February 15, 2017, 09:00 »
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So, DeepMeta should not allow to load more than 100 files in one single batch (as it actually does).
It will be also nice to get alert if this number is exceeded.
And the ability to transfer the additional files in a new batch automatically could be a plus.

« Reply #3 on: February 15, 2017, 11:24 »
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So, DeepMeta should not allow to load more than 100 files in one single batch (as it actually does).
It will be also nice to get alert if this number is exceeded.
And the ability to transfer the additional files in a new batch automatically could be a plus.
Agree. I'm working on the next release, and will pop up a warning if the additional files added would go over the limit.
Nice idea about creating an extra batch automatically (after user confirms). I'll probably add that at a later date.
Thanks!

« Reply #4 on: February 15, 2017, 14:44 »
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Is there any way that we can move files from one batch to another? (non-uploaded files)

« Reply #5 on: February 15, 2017, 15:49 »
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Is there any way that we can move files from one batch to another? (non-uploaded files)
Not yet. Planned for later.
You'll have to re-add those files in a new batch and use copy/paste to transfer the data.
The next release will certainly stop you from putting more than 100 files in a batch.


 

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