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Devices and status - Bug in Device profile

Jan 9, 2012 at 8:48 AM

In latest version of the WHS plugin, the "name" of the profile for a specific device is "screwed up". I get 'ProfileName' is not a parameter-less method, property displayed for e.g. Generic DLNA profile

Jan 9, 2012 at 1:08 PM

Hmm, now that is very strange. Which version? WHS v1 or 2011? Upgrade or new install? Are you talking about what shows in the "list" of devices/profiles or on the dialog for editing the device, or both? If you add a new device by clicking on the + button in the toolbar, do you see see a proper list of device types in the drop down list in the "Add New Device" dialog?

Jan 9, 2012 at 1:25 PM

Version is 0.6.1.0 for whs 2011. The buglet appears in the add-in and not in the "console" program (when I edit the type/profile there everything is ok).

Here's an example on how the "buglet" shows itself (can't supply an image I'm afraid):

Device                           Host Name        IP Address      Device Profile                                       Status
Sony Bravia TV (2009)      192.168.0.27       192.168.0.27    'ProfileName' is not a parameter....*         ACTIVE

 

*)  'ProfileName' is not a parameter-less method, property or field of type 'Serviio.API.ServiooDevice'.

All devices discovered shows this message as their Device Profile irregardless of what the profiles says it is in the console.  My Sony tv correctly displays the profile as being 'Sony Bravia TV (2009)'

 

Jan 9, 2012 at 3:17 PM

Definitely very odd and not something I can reproduce. It seems to be a problem with the custom control I'm using to display the list of devices, etc. Do me a favor. Try downloading the following file:

http://spots.aug.edu/pyork/objectlistview.dll

Place the file on your server in C:\Program Files\Serviio.WHS2011 (overwrite the one that is already there--you will have to make sure your Dashboard is closed). I've tweaked it a bit to work only with the latest version of the ".Net Framework" which I hope may magically fix a thing or two. :) If it works, I'll include it in a maintenance release that I'll put out when Petr puts out his.

Thanks!

Jan 9, 2012 at 3:21 PM
Funny I tracked it down to the same 3rd party control - But haven't
debugged it yet. I try the assembly you've send me the link to - And
let you know of the results ASAP.

Rgdz
Klatt

On Mon, Jan 9, 2012 at 4:17 PM, [email removed] wrote:
> From: ptyork
>
> Definitely very odd and not something I can reproduce. It seems to be a
> problem with the custom control I'm using to display the list of devices,
> etc. Do me a favor. Try downloading the following file:
>
> http://spots.aug.edu/pyork/objectlistview.dll
>
> Place the file on your server in C:\Program Files\Serviio.WHS2011 (overwrite
> the one that is already there--you will have to make sure your Dashboard is
> closed). I've tweaked it a bit to work only with the latest version of the
> ".Net Framework" which I hope may magically fix a thing or two. :) If it
> works, I'll include it in a maintenance release that I'll put out when Petr
> puts out his.
>
> Thanks!
>
> Read the full discussion online.
>
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Jan 9, 2012 at 3:28 PM
Yup - It works now... Maybe some spelling error somewhere?

Rgdz
Klatt


On Mon, Jan 9, 2012 at 4:20 PM, Kim Latt <kim@latt.dk> wrote:
> Funny I tracked it down to the same 3rd party control - But haven't
> debugged it yet. I try the assembly you've send me the link to - And
> let you know of the results ASAP.
>
> Rgdz
> Klatt
>
> On Mon, Jan 9, 2012 at 4:17 PM, [email removed] wrote:
>> From: ptyork
>>
>> Definitely very odd and not something I can reproduce. It seems to be a
>> problem with the custom control I'm using to display the list of devices,
>> etc. Do me a favor. Try downloading the following file:
>>
>> http://spots.aug.edu/pyork/objectlistview.dll
>>
>> Place the file on your server in C:\Program Files\Serviio.WHS2011 (overwrite
>> the one that is already there--you will have to make sure your Dashboard is
>> closed). I've tweaked it a bit to work only with the latest version of the
>> ".Net Framework" which I hope may magically fix a thing or two. :) If it
>> works, I'll include it in a maintenance release that I'll put out when Petr
>> puts out his.
>>
>> Thanks!
>>
>> Read the full discussion online.
>>
>> To add a post to this discussion, reply to this email
>> ([email removed])
>>
>> To start a new discussion for this project, email
>> [email removed]
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>
>
>
> --
> With kind regards/Med venlig hilsen
>
> Kim Latt
> Hjallesevej 109, st.
> DK-5230 Odense M
>
> Piazza Cavour - What's my life for?
>
> Tel. +45 65 911 386 / Cell. +45 2533 2346



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With kind regards/Med venlig hilsen

Kim Latt
Hjallesevej 109, st.
DK-5230 Odense M

Piazza Cavour - What's my life for?

Tel. +45 65 911 386 / Cell. +45 2533 2346
Jan 9, 2012 at 3:44 PM

Thanks for helping me debug this! No spelling issue, although I'm really not sure what the problem was. The plug-in and the Dashboard itself both run on the latest version (4.0) of Microsoft's .Net framework. The ObjectListView was compiled to version 2.0 for backwards compatibility reasons. While this is normally not a problem (using a 2.0 control in a 4.0 program), for some reason it caused a bit of an issue on your system. Odd.

This is better anyway, as it should (slightly) reduce the memory usage for the system.

Thanks again!

Jan 9, 2012 at 5:51 PM
No problem - Glad to be of assistance. I've had a good look at the
source. I think I would have no problem contributing with either ideas
or actually coding in the future.

Rgdz
Kim Latt

On Mon, Jan 9, 2012 at 4:44 PM, [email removed] wrote:
> From: ptyork
>
> Thanks for helping me debug this! No spelling issue, although I'm really not
> sure what the problem was. The plug-in and the Dashboard itself both run on
> the latest version (4.0) of Microsoft's .Net framework. The ObjectListView
> was compiled to version 2.0 for backwards compatibility reasons. While this
> is normally not a problem (using a 2.0 control in a 4.0 program), for some
> reason it caused a bit of an issue on your system. Odd.
>
> This is better anyway, as it should (slightly) reduce the memory usage for
> the system.
>
> Thanks again!
>
> Read the full discussion online.
>
> To add a post to this discussion, reply to this email
> ([email removed])
>
> To start a new discussion for this project, email
> [email removed]
>
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With kind regards/Med venlig hilsen

Kim Latt
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DK-5230 Odense M

Piazza Cavour - What's my life for?

Tel. +45 65 911 386 / Cell. +45 2533 2346
Jan 27, 2012 at 8:06 PM

I am currently having the same issue. I also have WHS 2011. I received the error after I restarted the Serviio server after initial setup. I replaced the existing version of the ObjectListView.dll with the one above. When I brought the dashboard back up, none of the Serviio panels load. They all show up as just a grey panel. Let me know if you need any more information.