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Hercules24

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Can I rename some album subdirectories?
« on: August 20, 2006, 09:02:21 pm »

Hi All,

When I first started with Coppermine I just had a few different albums and I din't care about naming them.
Now each new album I make a directory /albums/2006-08-20-Name so they are easy to sort out and manage.
I can easily change the name of an old directory like /albums/Name-20-5 to the new format, but Is there a way I can get Coppermine to know that it should pick up the jpgs from the new named directory?
Thanks for listening to me.
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Re: Can I rename some album subdirectories?
« Reply #1 on: August 20, 2006, 09:09:40 pm »

You'd need to fix the paths that are stored in the database. If you search the board you should be able to find a sample query for this that I have posted before.
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Re: Can I rename some album subdirectories?
« Reply #2 on: August 20, 2006, 10:04:28 pm »

Thanks Nibler.
After playing a bit with PHPMyAdmin I found a way I could manually change the directory name for a single picture.
But even that I'm afraid of doing. For me it's like performing open heart surgery with a sword.
Maybe later when I learn something more about PHP like queries I'll fix it since it's really not a big issue, more a minor beauty detail.
At least I know where to look now.
Problem solved.
 
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