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Also for now you can always RDP into the system if you are in internal network.. And fire up the viewer
Ooh that's a good idea, thanks!Also for now you can always RDP into the system if you are in internal network.. And fire up the viewer
Heh, that's the only way I get to it. My two different camera systems are boxes hidden away in the house where they couldn't easily be stolen. All remote access.Ooh that's a good idea, thanks!
Awesome! I'll give it a try tonight!Guide has been updated for both New user and users who are updating from an old version. Enjoy !
Correcting few things now in the guide.. Just wait for a new version.. Will be updating some minor changes here shortly.Awesome! I'll give it a try tonight!
Just updated, everything works! Plate forensics is freaking cool.Done updated one more time. If someone follow the new guide for anything let me know if something is off..
If you kept a copy of the old database, you could export from old platehits table and import into the new one.Instead of updating my downloader I just started from scratch.I got it working. Set up the viewer from scratch also. Thats working kind of. Im only able to view plates from few days back. I still have all the csv files in the archived folder, and i can manually upload the older ones and then they show up in the viewer. However there are THOUSANDS of files to upload and I can only do one at a time. Is there a way to batch upload all the files?
What is the path for those?Also you will have to take the backup of the images being stored by openalpr..
You can see where its being stored by looking up Under advance settings in openalprWhat is the path for those?
Aha, SQL Backup Master is that a free solution ? I will look into it sounds interestingThanks for the guide on how to move the database. I did a dry run the other night on a spare computer I have and it seems to work. I also downloaded a program called SQL Backup Master so I can start doing cloud backups of my database every night.
There's a paid solution, but if you use Dropbox it's free or a local backup is also free. I think if you wanted to backup to Google drive you need premium.Aha, SQL Backup Master is that a free solution ? I will look into it sounds interesting