Cannot edit files locally with Nuxeo 6.0 and drive 1.4.0

Hi

just set up our new Nuxeo 6.0 server.

I installed nuxeo-drive-1.4.0 in order to test the promising Edit directly feature.

When I click on the button, a “Locally Edited” folder is indeed created and the main file of the document (“XXX”) synchonized, but no application is launched in order to effectively edit the main file.

If I edit the local file (opening it in the “Locally Edited” folder), no synchronisation occurs after the modification..

If I click again on the Edit directly button of the same document, a second file is created locally (named “XXX_1”) and the behaviour is the same.

What's wrong with my client ?

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Same problem with 1.4.2 BTW, the Collection "Locally Edited" has once been created and declared as a sync root, i deleted it and it does not created anymore
12/08/2014

What's you Nuxeo Drive version ? You can see it in the About tab of the Settings panel. Anyway, you should try resetting your drive by deleting ~/.nuxeo-drive and ~/Nuxeo Drive, install the latest version and restart it. As some bug fixes have been made recently this might solve your issue.
01/13/2015

Nuxeo drive is v1.3.1216
01/13/2015

I upgraded to HF03, Drive to 1.4.3 : same kind of behaviour :

the Locally edited folder is indeed created but does not appear in the synchronization roots and the file does not open.

01/13/2015

ERROR nxdrive.commandline Error executing 'download_edit': [Error 161] Le chemin d'accès spécifié n'est pas valide: u'\\?\C:\Documents and Settings\bouvret\Mes documents\Nuxeo Drive\Locally Edited\TabRESO.xlsx' Traceback (most recent call last):
01/13/2015

I've found some problems when using an administrator account. Are you using a standard user?

Is there any error in your nuxeo drive log?

01/13/2015

The used account is member of power users

the trace from the client is given above : problem with the path of the local file

01/13/2015



Have you synchronised the folder where the document is? (see http://doc.nuxeo.com/display/USERDOC/Nuxeo+Drive)

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No, i m using "Online Editing" that should automatically create and synchronize the "Locally Edited" folder
12/16/2014

not unless you sync the folder.
12/16/2014

pibou is right, the main purpose of Online editing, aka Drive Edit is to allow local edition af a document NOT in a synchronized folder, via Nuxeo Drive. In which case the main file attached to the Nuxeo document is downloaded to a special "Locally Edited" folder under the main Nuxeo Drive folder of the file system. This folder is then mapped to the "Locally Edited" server-side Collection that is registered as a synchronized folder, for changes to be taken into acocunt by Nuxeo Drive both ways.
01/13/2015