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Large files to Onedrive for business

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mwthrane
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Large files to Onedrive for business

Post by mwthrane »

Hello

When will this issue be resolved?
viewtopic.php?t=12190
Its been a year now..
Failed to copy from Source : -1, Microsoft.SharePoint.Client.InvalidClientQueryException: Anmodningsmeddelelsen er for stor. Serveren tillader ikke, at meddelelser er større end 262144000 byte.

Recv 26-05-2017 23:23:49:
[E] ParseLastResponseError: {"error":{"code":"-1, Microsoft.SharePoint.Client.InvalidClientQueryException","message":"Anmodningsmeddelelsen er for stor. Serveren tillader ikke, at meddelelser er st\u00f8rre end 262144000 byte."}}
[E] ParseResponseError: Anmodningsmeddelelsen er for stor. Serveren tillader ikke, at meddelelser er større end 262144000 byte., -1, Microsoft.SharePoint.Client.InvalidClientQueryException
[E] IsRateLimited: HTTP/1.1 400 Bad Request
[E] IsRateLimited - Exception = "HTTP/1.1 400 Bad Request" - ClassName = "EIdHTTPProtocolException"
[E] IsRateLimited - Error Message = "{"error":{"code":"-1, Microsoft.SharePoint.Client.InvalidClientQueryException","message":"Anmodningsmeddelelsen er for stor. Serveren tillader ikke, at meddelelser er st\u00f8rre end 262144000 byte."}}" - Error Code = "400"
[E] IsRateLimited: NO
[E] Upload exception: HTTP/1.1 400 Bad Request
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Re: Large files to Onedrive for business

Post by Kostas »

Hi,

This issue has been resolved in our new SyncBackPro V8 BETA. This beta uses the new Onedrive API which allows uploading files of sizes greater than 250 MB.

If you are interested evaluating the new V8 beta, I would suggest you to read the FAQ section before installing it:

viewtopic.php?f=33&t=12718

Bear in mind, as SyncBackPro V8 is a beta version, you may experience major or minor bugs during the beta testing. Therefore, you have to use it at your own risk - 2BrightSparks Pte Ltd is not responsible for any loss or damage caused by the software.

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Kostas
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Re: Large files to Onedrive for business

Post by mwthrane »

Any ETA on when its out of beta?
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Re: Large files to Onedrive for business

Post by Kostas »

We plan on officially releasing V8 on 1st June 2017.

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Re: Large files to Onedrive for business

Post by mwthrane »

Great thanks.
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Re: Large files to Onedrive for business

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Hello

I have upgraded to the new 8 version and im getting the same error.
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Re: Large files to Onedrive for business

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Failed to copy from Source : -1, Microsoft.SharePoint.Client.InvalidClientQueryException: Anmodningsmeddelelsen er for stor. Serveren tillader ikke, at meddelelser er større end 262144000 byte.

Recv 01-06-2017 12:22:02:
[E] ParseLastResponseError: {"error":{"code":"-1, Microsoft.SharePoint.Client.InvalidClientQueryException","message":"Anmodningsmeddelelsen er for stor. Serveren tillader ikke, at meddelelser er st\u00f8rre end 262144000 byte."}}
[E] ParseResponseError: Anmodningsmeddelelsen er for stor. Serveren tillader ikke, at meddelelser er større end 262144000 byte., -1, Microsoft.SharePoint.Client.InvalidClientQueryException
[E] IsRateLimited: HTTP/1.1 400 Bad Request
[E] IsRateLimited - Exception = "HTTP/1.1 400 Bad Request" - ClassName = "EIdHTTPProtocolException"
[E] IsRateLimited - Error Message = "{"error":{"code":"-1, Microsoft.SharePoint.Client.InvalidClientQueryException","message":"Anmodningsmeddelelsen er for stor. Serveren tillader ikke, at meddelelser er st\u00f8rre end 262144000 byte."}}" - Error Code = "400"
[E] IsRateLimited: NO
[E] Upload exception: HTTP/1.1 400 Bad Request
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Re: Large files to Onedrive for business

Post by Kostas »

Hi,

The reason why you are still getting the errors is because the profile is still using the same old API. Here are the instructions on how to upgrade your profiles (copied from the SyncBackPro's V8 help file).

Upgrading Dropbox and OneDrive Cloud API

When you upgrade from an earlier version of SyncBackPro, or import a profile from an earlier version of SyncBackPro, and the profile is using Dropbox, OneDrive (Personal or Business) or SharePoint, then SyncBackPro will continue using the old (legacy) interface with that cloud service. This ensures your profile continues to work. However, it is recommended that you update the profile to use the new cloud API.

To do this:

·Run the profile to make sure all changed files are copied etc. to or from the cloud.

·Make a copy of the profile (select the profile in the main window and press Ctrl-C, or right-click on the profile and select Copy from the pop-up menu) and give the copy a new name, e.g. New Cloud Backup Profile

·Modify your original profile, go to the Cloud settings page and click the Delete DB button.

·You will then be prompted to ask if you would like to switch from the old cloud API. Click Yes.

·After the cloud database has been deleted, if you already have a linked cloud account for the new cloud service then you will be prompted if you would like to use that account. If you do not have a linked account then you must re-authorize SyncBackPro with the cloud service.

·Save the profile and run it attended (it is critical it is run attended and not unattended). To do this, select the profile in the main window and press Ctrl-R (or right-click on it and select Run from the pop-up menu).

·When the Differences window appears you need to change the Action for all the files to Use details from Source (or whatever your source is called) then let the profile continue. Note that you can choose all files by pressing Ctrl-A or you can do multiple selections using the Ctrl and Shift keys with mouse clicks. To change the Action for your selected files, right-click on the selection and choose the action from the pop-up menu.

If there are no problems you can delete the copy of the profile.


Thanks,
Kostas
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Re: Large files to Onedrive for business

Post by michele.scapini »

Kostas wrote:Hi,

The reason why you are still getting the errors is because the profile is still using the same old API. Here are the instructions on how to upgrade your profiles (copied from the SyncBackPro's V8 help file).

Upgrading Dropbox and OneDrive Cloud API

When you upgrade from an earlier version of SyncBackPro, or import a profile from an earlier version of SyncBackPro, and the profile is using Dropbox, OneDrive (Personal or Business) or SharePoint, then SyncBackPro will continue using the old (legacy) interface with that cloud service. This ensures your profile continues to work. However, it is recommended that you update the profile to use the new cloud API.

To do this:

·Run the profile to make sure all changed files are copied etc. to or from the cloud.

·Make a copy of the profile (select the profile in the main window and press Ctrl-C, or right-click on the profile and select Copy from the pop-up menu) and give the copy a new name, e.g. New Cloud Backup Profile

·Modify your original profile, go to the Cloud settings page and click the Delete DB button.

·You will then be prompted to ask if you would like to switch from the old cloud API. Click Yes.

·After the cloud database has been deleted, if you already have a linked cloud account for the new cloud service then you will be prompted if you would like to use that account. If you do not have a linked account then you must re-authorize SyncBackPro with the cloud service.

·Save the profile and run it attended (it is critical it is run attended and not unattended). To do this, select the profile in the main window and press Ctrl-R (or right-click on it and select Run from the pop-up menu).

·When the Differences window appears you need to change the Action for all the files to Use details from Source (or whatever your source is called) then let the profile continue. Note that you can choose all files by pressing Ctrl-A or you can do multiple selections using the Ctrl and Shift keys with mouse clicks. To change the Action for your selected files, right-click on the selection and choose the action from the pop-up menu.

If there are no problems you can delete the copy of the profile.


Thanks,
Kostas
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can these steps also be made on the v7?

thanks
Michele
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