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FlashAir Mapped to Drive OSCAR Can't See Network
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FlashAir Mapped to Drive OSCAR Can't See Network
Hi I'm new here. I got my Toshiba FlashAir set to a network drive and then added it. But not OSCAR doesn't see that network drive to add it. Do I need to somehow copy it to a local drive and link that?

Using Windows 10

Do I have to use FlashPAP or is there another way that's automatic?
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RE: FlashAir Mapped to Drive OSCAR Can't See Network
When you mapped the network drive did you do it as WedDAV location?

In the "Map network drive" window select the drive letter you wish to use.
Then in the location window enter: http://192.168.1.120
just replace the above IP address with the IP of your FlashAir card.  You should see an entry in File Explorer for "DavWWWRoot (\\yourIPaddress)"

OSCAR should now import from the FlashAir card over your network.
Using a 13" MacBook Air (2017), MacOS Catalina (10.15.7), OSCAR v1.2.0
In a VM: Win10 1909 (18363.836)

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RE: FlashAir Mapped to Drive OSCAR Can't See Network
You only get an option to find directory on OSCAR. There's no way to put the IP Address of the WebDav and have it connect directly to that. Only figured out how to use FlashPap to get it into another directory which OSCAR sees.
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RE: FlashAir Mapped to Drive OSCAR Can't See Network
I use flashpap to do the copy to a directory on my pc it works well I found WebDAV made Oscar imports slow due to the low speed of the flashair card
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RE: FlashAir Mapped to Drive OSCAR Can't See Network
(07-07-2020, 01:34 AM)ResidentSleeper Wrote: You only get an option to find directory on OSCAR. There's no way to put the IP Address of the WebDav and have it connect directly to that. Only figured out how to use FlashPap to get it into another directory which OSCAR sees.

After you mount WebDAV with File Explorer, open OSCAR and select "CPAP Importer".  From that popup window choose Select a Folder, then choose Specify.  You should get a File Explorer like window.  Click My Computer then select the drive letter you assigned when you mapped the card.  OSCAR will now import directly from the FlashAir card.

As jaswilliams mentioned this method can be a little slow importing into OSCAR due to the limitations of the FlashAir card.  You can either use FlashPAP, or make a shell script (batch file) that will mount the WebDAV location, copy the files to a folder on your hard drive, then unmount the WebDav.

On my Mac I prefer using a shell script that mounts the FlashAir, copies the files to my hard drive using rsync, then unmounts FlashAir.  Rsync only copies files that have changed since the last copy, so it goes pretty fast.  Windows should have something similar.
Using a 13" MacBook Air (2017), MacOS Catalina (10.15.7), OSCAR v1.2.0
In a VM: Win10 1909 (18363.836)

Installing OSCAR on a Mac
Organizing your OSCAR charts
Attaching images and files for the forum
OSCAR Help
OSCAR Data Interpretation
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RE: FlashAir Mapped to Drive OSCAR Can't See Network
(07-07-2020, 07:58 AM)Jeff8356 Wrote: On my Mac I prefer using a shell script that mounts the FlashAir, copies the files to my hard drive using rsync, then unmounts FlashAir.  Rsync only copies files that have changed since the last copy, so it goes pretty fast.  Windows should have something similar.

If you are going to mimic this operation on a Windows platform, you have basically 2 (free) options. Use either the command "robocopy" or, better yet, the free Microsoft program, SyncToy2.1. I've experienced problems with robocopy not copying the newest folder in the DATALOG directory. An internet search has reveled that this is a known weak spot in robocopy.
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