New Option

  • 25 Sep

    Using Google Drive, Client ID and Secret

    Before you can use ‘Google Drive’ in our File Mover, you need to register a new application in the Google APIs Console.

    > Click the following link: https://console.developers.google.com/apis/library
    > Log in with YOUR Google account

    > Select Drive API from Library

    drive-1-selectdriveapi

    > Create Project from Dashboard

    drive-2-createproject

    drive-3-createproject

    > Enter a project name. You don’t need to use ‘LimagitoX’, you can choose your own project name.

    drive-4-createproject

    > Enable Drive API from Dashboard

    drive5-enabledriveapi

    > Setup Credentials from Dashboard

    drive-6-credentials

    drive-7-credentials

    > We will be using OAuth 2.0 authorization (Client ID & Client Secret)

    drive-8-credentials

    > Enter a valid email address and choose a product name

    drive-9-credentials

    drive-10-credentials

    > Click on the ‘Edit’ button of your OAuth 2.0 Client ID

    drive-11-credentials

    > Add the ‘Client ID’ and ‘Client Secret’ to the Google Drive Setup options of our File Mover

    drive-12-credentials

  • 07 May

    Icon View Style

    We’ve added an icon view style option to the Moving Rules listview. Right click on the listview and enable ‘Icon View Style’.

    GUI.IconViewStyle

    Regards,

    Limagito Team

  • 30 Apr

    Exit Destination Cyclus On Error

    We got a lot of user requests lately. One of them was an option to break/exit the destination output cyclus on error. This only works with multiple destinations. Added in version ‘v11.104.30.0’. Output to the next destination will be interrupted when an error occurs.

    FunctionSetup.ExitOnError

    Next option request was to delete a WIN destination file if it already exists. So before the actual copy/move we’ll check if the (source) filename exists in the destination directory and if it exists then we’ll delete it first. Also added in ‘v11.104.30.0’.

    WIN.Destination.DeleteDestinationIfExists

    Don’t forget, you can change the method of deleting (Delete Type option) in the Function Setup screen.

    FunctionSetup.DeleteMethod

    Regards,

    Limagito Team

     

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