I am executing this command to create a package.
java -Xmx1024M -jar /ACS4/UploadTest-1_2.jar http://127.0.0.1:8080/packaging/Package /ACS4/sample_books/monteCristo.epub;
It returned an error:
Creating package request for: /ACS4/sample_books/monteCristo.epub
Creating connection to Packaging Server: http://localhost:8080/packaging/Package
Sending Package Request
There was an error with the Package Request
Successful packages created: 0
Unsuccessful package attempts:1
Here are the files that failed to package:
I am new to Java and Adobe Content Server. I don't know about this:
Thank you very much Jim. I am able to create package but not able to download them.
I got this error:
Error getting license
Server communication problem: E_ADEPT_IO
I check your posting on forum about this. I will check with our provider and if they are not able to solve this I will request you to look into it.
Thank you very much for helping us.
With your help I setup some of pdf and epub files. I am just going to apply some restrictions on them and see how they will work. I have some other performance related questions.
- I Installed bluefire reader on my Ipad and try to download and open files in bluefire reader. It looks everything working for now. I am confused about rendering. When every time someone load a page it will fetch information from server? Is there something it store in cache and load from there?
- We are just worrying about server load thing. I am not sure if we need to use a separate server for this. It may be 100 persons together rendering information for different books. On the other hand our book size is also big. Those are around 100 MB each file.
Please let us know what is the best configuration for us. Thank you very much.
At the time of fulfillment, the entire content file is downloaded to the users machine and outside of loans there is no further interaction with the fulfillment service (or the media server), unless the user need to download the file again.
This and the rest of the interactions are covered in detail in the user manual.
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