I am working on Dropbox api using java.first app is to upload and download file in dropbox account.I got a token to authenticate with dropbox but when i try to uploading file in account i get bad request error like:
Unfortunately though, after getting everything setup and starting Dropbox I was stuck with the message \"Syncing ...\" when hovering over the Dropbox icon or when doing a \"dropbox status\" from the command line. I left the computer online for 2 whole days, 24 hours a day, but still this message persisted and while many folders and files had been synced, the total downloaded remained around 700MB which is far less than expected when downloading several GB usually takes just a few minutes on this connection.
We begin with downloading your files to a computer from Dropbox because it is about the most common need. There are several reasons why people need to download Dropbox files to their computers. For example& we are in an era where remote work has become the order of the day. Sometimes& individuals need to download certain files from Dropbox to make their work easier.
In the 'Name' field add 'Dropbox', and in the 'Command' field click on 'Browse...', then head to your home directory, give Ctrl+H to reveal hidden files, click on dropbox-dist and then select the file dropboxd. In the 'Comment' field, add whatever you want.
In rare instances you may find that your files are not syncing properly to the cloud or your Sync icon on the system tray or menu bar is stuck indexing. This can usually be resolved by pausing and resuming Sync, or restarting the desktop app.
On your Mac, files in iCloud Drive exist in one of two states: a local and complete copy, which is kept in sync with that held in iCloud, or a stub file which relies entirely on downloading the file contents from iCloud when you want to access it. The first of those has been downloaded, and the second has been evicted from local storage. Those can be told apart in the Finder and elsewhere using standard icons: that showing a cloud with a downward arrow means that item has been evicted, and the file shown in the Finder is but a stub.
The support person said something about FAT32 and upload files sizes, I am not particularly technical but it sounds rubbish to me, the files sit on the drive perfectly fine and other dropbox integrations seem to work okay.
DropBox syncing has become stuck after I reloaded Windows. It wouldn't budge after hours. Also the system icon kept disappearing, perhaps due to some unreported error. It continually reports it's uploading only 392 file but there's actually one million files to sync (re-index actually). I tried all the solutions on DropBox website and DropBoxForum such as erasing cache, propagating permissions, unlink/relink, reinstalling DropBox, filesystem check/repair, etc. Other computers are syncing properly after a similar reload of Windows. How do I fix sync
One day, it dawned on me to look in the Finder itself to locate the stuck file. Since Dropbox places a blue syncing icon on files and folders that are in the process of being synced, I followed that breadcrumb trail to a copy of the PodBOT utility we use to post article recordings to the TidBITS Web site. I Control-clicked the PodBOT app and chose Show Package Contents from the contextual menu, and after a bit of digging, I found main.scpt.
In step 1, don't you mean *copy* the stuck file from the Dropbox folder to the Desktop I was having trouble following until I realized the procedure depends on maintaining a copy of the file in the Dropbox folder.
Execute the following command. The first argument (result_on_colab.txt) is the name of the file you want to upload. The second argument (dropbox.txt) is the name you want to save the file as on Dropbox.
One of the most common issues that you may encounter is using Google Chrome is when you are unable to download any files or when Chrome download stuck at 0bs. This is one of the most annoying problems as well especially if when we need to download some important files. This situation may cause us to lose files, so at the end of the article, we also introduce FoneDog Data Recovery, a software that can recover lost data, such as restoring deleted e-mails in Gmail.
We all know that Google Chrome is one of the most reliable web browsers that we can use on our computers. But there are certain instances wherein we have some trouble when it comes to downloading files from Google Chrome.
And because one of the most common issues is when Chrome download stuck at 0bs, which means that the file is not downloading at all. We have come up with some different solutions that would definitely help you in solving this type of problem.
Since that we have mentioned earlier that when Chrome download stuck at 0bs, that also means that you are not able to download the file that you need using your Google Chrome. With that, here are some easy solutions that you can do in order for you to fix this problem.
If your WiFi connection is poor or unstable, or simply off, Google Drive might throw all kinds of errors related to file downloading. The best way to troubleshoot your internet connection is to use NetSpot.
I had all the folders under my Username folder protected with Safe Files. Between these folders I have the Dropbox folder. About 1 month ago I started receiving a message from Bitdefender every time I restarted the Mac telling me that the app Dropbox was blocked from accessing content. At the same time Dropbox sync stopped working, it was always getting stuck when 94 files were remaining to sync. I had to remove the Dropbox folder from Safe Files for the message to disappear an for Dropbox to start syncing files again.
The default Outlook account has a corresponding note next to it and a little tick left to it, as you can see in the screenshot below.If none of your email accounts is chosen as the default one, select the needed account by clicking on it and then click Set as Default.Using a program that accesses Outlook data files (.pst or .ost)Symptoms: Sending email works for a while, then stops and messages become stuck in the Outbox. You may also get the following error when trying to send, receive, read or delete a message: An unknown error has occurred. 0x80040119 or 0x80040600.
The new platform replaces our legacy dropbox.redhat.com file sharing platform and aims to provide a sustainable, cross-platform, command-line accessible endpoint for customers to upload files to Red Hat. The new Secure FTP can be used to attach files to support cases, as well as simply share files with Red Hat outside of support cases. You can learn more about how to use the new Secure FTP platform in the \"Red Hat Secure FTP - User Guide\".
The splitcommand can be used to break a large file into smaller chunks for upload to dropbox.redhat.com or to the support case within the Red Hat Customer Portal. If a single chunk upload fails, only the upload of that chunk needs to be retried.
set ftp:ssl-force true; set ftp:ssl-protect-data true; set ssl:verify-certificate true; open anonymous:firstname.lastname@example.org ; cd incoming; put vmcore.tar.gz ' cd: Login failed: ftp:ssl-force is set and server does not support or allow SSL put: Access failed: 553 Could not create file. (vmcore.tar.gz)
We are using curl to automate the upload, but we still have to manually update the case notes to indicate what files were dropped in the dropbox. Is there a way to automate updating the case notes with the file names to eliminate that manual step
It's the dropbox cloud service that is deciding to resync the share, not the btrfs file system. At this point we don't know why. Personally I don't use the service, so it's not something I can diagnose. You could log in with ssh, and see if you can compare the file and folder attributes before/after a defrag. That might give you some clues.
Update: Tried using 11.4, same issue. Started with a blank database, tried to import MAME. It was able to download up to (driverfrcg) before getting stuck while \"Downloading file 14 of 14: Video Snap\". Canceling does not actual stop the process, need to quit Launchbox directly. Unsure what to do besides waiting for an update before updating or adding any systems.
I tried to download the metadata and images for the MAME full set again, using LB version 11.6. I didn't try to do anything else in LB, and it successfully downloaded media from the Launchbox database and EmuMovies up until the game \"Under Fire\", at which point it is stuck at \"Downloading file 1 of 4: Advertisement Flyer - Front\". I have left it running for an hour, and it never completes. Clicking the Cancel button results in a Windows busy cursor, not spinning. LB never fully completes the process, nor can I do anything else processing-wise due to a message appearing indicating I need to wait for the current process to complete first. So I need to go to the Launchbox menu to quit, which does seem to exit.
After the file has finished downloading, you will see the cloud icon change to a green checkmark. This provides an indicator as to when the file will be accessible using your favorite third-party Dropbox client.
So I updated a machine with a bunch of files on the Desktop and in the Documents folder, and when I upgraded it asked me if I wanted to store these folders on iCloud as well. I hit YES and it began trying to upload everything. Now, I guess I had a large file in one of the folders because the total upload was almost 9GB (i have 200GB of available iCloud space). It failed the upload and has just been stuck on 57kb of 8.89GB uploaded for over a day. I've tried restarting and it hasn't moved. I haven't found a way to quit it either. This has been making my machine incredibly slow and has caused the fans to speed up like crazy. Anytime I try to access an Open or Save dialog, the app I'm using crashes, whether it's Preview, Xcode, Photoshop, or even Safari. 153554b96e