PostUpdateEPG.bat is running this:
cd c:\program files\devnz\gbpvr
PriorityRecording.exe > recording.log
And I wake up to this error in the morning:
PriorityRecording.exe - Common Language Runtime Debugging Services : Application has generated an exception that could not be handled.
I don't see anyone else w/ this problem. How do I fix this?
If there is no fix, and since I don't think I have this set up (I use xrecord, but I haven't set priorities), how do I just turn it off for now? Just take it out of postepg.bat?
I also have the problem but I don't think it was PriorityRecording.exe, I think it was rectracker.exe. I noticed it this morning before I cam to work. Will check again when I get home.
What does your PriorityRecording.xml file look like? It'll help give me an idea of what is going on.
There isn't one I can find, and I suppose that could be part of the problem.
Would it worth including one (or a rename_me one as to not overwrite)? And including a web/ dir w/ the xsd file in it, too?
I made this one and put it in gbpvr/ (found a copy fdrom prev install):
<GBPVR d1p1:noNamespaceSchemaLocation="C:\Progra m Files\devnz\gbpvr\PriorityRecordings.x sd" xmlns:d1p1="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance">
<Recording type="Season" priority="1">
<ProgramName>My First Program</ProgramName>
I just had it run, and adding the file fixed. I'd still recommend just including a demo file.
Thx for turning on the light on that one.
There is a sample PriorityRecordings.xml file on the Wiki site.
I personally would like to see all xml files that GBPVR uses also require a use of an XSD for validation, of course that is the XML Data Architect coming out. I'd also eventually recommend putting them in an XSD directory under the GBPVR root.