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News   News : The AmiUpdate SDK 3rd Party Database is Back!
   posted by spotUP on 13-Oct-2009 16:52:56 (2532 reads)
After a long offline time the SDK database is finally BACK.
One HD in the old RAID1 setup failed and the tries to swap out the faulty drive and rebuild the RAID failed. It's hard times in Spot's life, and I couldn't afford new drives at this time, that's when Varthall stepped up, and unselfishly paid for one of the new drives as he liked the service they offered.
After that I managed saved up for the remaining one, and here you go the service is back!

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People have written to me and asked questions on how to install libraries into the SDK, and wondered what happened to the SDK database, here's the answer, and installing libraries have never been easier.

To enable the SDK database in AmiUpdate you need to append the SERVER tooltype:
www.amiupdate.net/SdkServer

A typical tooltype looks something like this:
SERVER=www.amiupdate.net|www.amiupdate.net/SdkServer

I hope this will make budding and experienced developers life easier, have fun!

/Spot
    

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meet.mrnrg 
Re: The AmiUpdate SDK 3rd Party Database is Back!
Posted on 13-Oct-2009 17:57:09
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Joined: 5-Feb-2007
Posts: 1918
From: UK, AUS, US

Good News...
Thanks Varthall
Thanks AmiUpdate

A typical tooltype looks something like this:

Right Click--->Information--->ToolType and edit:
SERVER=www.amiupdate.net|www.amiupdate.net/SdkServer

.NER does not exist.. Please

Last edited by meet.mrnrg on 13-Oct-2009 at 06:02 PM.
Last edited by meet.mrnrg on 13-Oct-2009 at 06:00 PM.

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nubechecorre 
Re: The AmiUpdate SDK 3rd Party Database is Back!
Posted on 13-Oct-2009 19:22:54
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Joined: 21-Nov-2003
Posts: 886
From: San remo -Italy-

Thanks Spot and Varthall

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Kicko 
Re: The AmiUpdate SDK 3rd Party Database is Back!
Posted on 13-Oct-2009 19:48:15
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Posts: 5008
From: Sweden

thanks folks

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Tuxedo 
Re: The AmiUpdate SDK 3rd Party Database is Back!
Posted on 13-Oct-2009 19:58:59
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Joined: 28-Nov-2003
Posts: 2314
From: Perugia, ITALY

Thank's to all involved

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amije 
Re: The AmiUpdate SDK 3rd Party Database is Back!
Posted on 15-Oct-2009 23:41:06
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Joined: 28-Apr-2006
Posts: 401
From: Thessaloniki Greece

good work!

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