Downloading a password protected book library
|rchomskis||01/30/2006 06:03 am|
How do I download this particular website with all of its contents? I can now only download up to the tables of content of each book and no further. Any advice?
|Oleg Chernavin||01/30/2006 06:55 am|
|I just downloaded it well. Perhaps, you simply need to increase the level setting of the Project.
|rchomskis||01/30/2006 06:59 am|
|well, I unchecked the level option in order to download all of the books. Could you please tell me where to enter the user name as an email address? Can you tell be how big is the library in MBs?|
|Oleg Chernavin||01/30/2006 07:03 am|
|It is impossible to calculate the size of the library. I have the following suggestions - please allow Directory overload protection in the Options dialog | File Locations section. Then erase the directory with the downloaded files, because it probably contains too many files. Then logon the site inside the Internal Browser and then start the download again. You may also want to add the following line to the URLs field of the Project if there are logout links on the site:
|rchomskis||01/31/2006 07:28 am|
|Did everything you suggested.
After downloading some 1.3 GB of material I cancelled the downloading, ‘cause the OE started to download unnecessary databases.
I use Internet Explorer to open the file default.html in C:\download\gospelink.com folder of My Computer. I can get, however, only the tables of content of each book in the library. The links to the actual texts of a particular book don’t work. In IE I get “The page cannot be displayed” message, in OE I get “Document not found“ message, when I click the link to the text. OE did actually downloaded the texts, but I can’t make them appear in IE/OE.
|rchomskis||01/31/2006 07:34 am|
|And here`s the URL I used in OE:
|Oleg Chernavin||02/01/2006 08:39 am|
|Can you please tell me your Project settings? Please select it, click the Copy button on toolbar and then paste it to the forum message.
This will help me to reproduce the problem.