What is the new RunAfterSuccess

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Pablo 07/19/2006 03:58 pm
I've seen that there is a new added RunAfterSuccess= URLs field command.
How does it work ? What is it for ? (I think I need it...)
I would like to see an example of its sintax.
Thank you very much.
Pablo.
Oleg Chernavin 07/20/2006 05:05 am
It works the same way as RunAfter=, but only if there is 1 or more files downloaded/updated. For example, if the download of the first Project URL failed - didn't connect, was not modified, not found on the server, etc. RunAfterSuccess= will not run anything.

Best regards,
Oleg Chernavin
MP Staff
Pablo 07/26/2006 02:41 pm
Oleg,
thank you for your explanation on the commandline RunAfterSuccess= I think it is a useful new feature.

Let me suggest a new one for a future version, even more useful: RunAfterFail=
This command would execute only if the URL failed or didn?t connect, or not found on the server.

Thank you for this great product !


> It works the same way as RunAfter=, but only if there is 1 or more files downloaded/updated. For example, if the download of the first Project URL failed - didn't connect, was not modified, not found on the server, etc. RunAfterSuccess= will not run anything.
>
> Best regards,
> Oleg Chernavin
> MP Staff
Oleg Chernavin 07/26/2006 02:53 pm
OK. Do you plan to use it soon?

Oleg.
Pablo 08/03/2006 02:21 pm
Just when it is available...
Thank you,
Pablo.


> OK. Do you plan to use it soon?
>
> Oleg.
Pablo 08/04/2006 08:53 am
I think that is good to better specify how the future RunAfter Fail would work. In my opinion, it should execute if:
- The URL failed or didn?t connect.
- Or was not found on the server.
- Or 0 files were downloaded.

Regards,
Pablo.


> Just when it is available...
> Thank you,
> Pablo.
>
>
> > OK. Do you plan to use it soon?
> >
> > Oleg.
Oleg Chernavin 08/04/2006 08:58 am
Yes, all of these mean that 0 files were downloaded.

Oleg.
Oleg Chernavin 08/12/2006 11:41 am
OK. I added the RunAfterFailure= command. I hope to release 4.4 version on the next week.

Oleg.