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Deleted images via website but they're still on database

January 17, 2013 - 5:37pm #1

Hi.
I deleted some images from the cloud database via the website but I noticed some of them are still on database.
I deleted them about 10 hours ago and three of them are still there. That's a problem because now I have duplicated images on database.
The target_ids are the following:

['05440c309ca148b4a4491a0d1e65f5b1',
 '689e7161b7b64f55bce22270c9abe96e',
 '7d07dcc506a64b4ebc44b4e23117ad60']

 

Thank you in advance!

Deleted images via website but they're still on database

August 13, 2015 - 12:29pm #6

Are you able to delete 2, 5, or 10 at a time? Try increasing the amount of selected targets at intervals and see if it fails at certain point. You can select how many targets to display per page at the bottom of the list.

Deleted images via website but they're still on database

August 7, 2015 - 12:05pm #5

There seem to have been a change in the UI of the website.

I have tried to delete batches of markers (deleting markers without zero rating) by selecting them (200 at a time), then pressing "delete". 

This has been unsucesful and the markers are still there. I have to do it one at a time.

I will do that using the API but I think it may be a bug to fix

 

Christian

Indeed, deactivating the

January 18, 2013 - 4:54am #4

Indeed, deactivating the images (activate_flag=false) prevents CloudReco from matching them.

I presume the images that you have "deleted" should disappear at some point from the DB, but I will investigate this case to see if something went wrong.

 

About the duplicated images,

January 18, 2013 - 3:15am #3

About the duplicated images, I have two equal images on database. The names are different.
I store some metadata for each image.
When I use the recognition system it match the image I deleted and return the wrong metadata.
I solve this by deactivating (active_flag=false) via api. The images are still there though:

{"result_code":"Success","transaction_id":"a99d431d686640f19280ba6dd61dd199","target_record":{"target_id":"05440c309ca148b4a4491a0d1e65f5b1","active_flag":false,"name":"3lo5jgah9.jpeg","width":100.0,"tracking_rating":5,"reco_rating":""},"status":"processing"}

{"result_code":"Success","transaction_id":"e8b4bb183bf544ea9c0dba1ebb461262","target_record":{"target_id":"689e7161b7b64f55bce22270c9abe96e","active_flag":false,"name":"q6vdzl48p.jpeg","width":100.0,"tracking_rating":1,"reco_rating":""},"status":"processing"}

{"result_code":"Success","transaction_id":"3de5e0f140f14a9f88bc8edc5437a219","target_record":{"target_id":"7d07dcc506a64b4ebc44b4e23117ad60","active_flag":false,"name":"v68xj21s2.jpeg","width":100.0,"tracking_rating":4,"reco_rating":""},"status":"processing"}

Hi tijucaz, it can happen

January 18, 2013 - 2:11am #2

Hi tijucaz,

it can happen that your images are still in the Database even after some hours (despite the fact that the Target Managet on the web does not show them any longer);

if you do a GET on each of those target ids (using the VWS API), you will probably see that those three targets are in "processing" status;

at some point they should disappear;

Then, concerning your "duplicate" targets, if I understand correctly, you have targets with the same name (i.e. you created the targets again using the same name) ?

If that's the case, it should not be a problem because the target-id is anyway unique (and also, if you run a CloudReco App from your phone, it should only use the targets that are currently active);

or maybe do I miss something ?

 

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