From: Mike Clark <Mike.Clark@Cinven.com> - 2004-06-30 08:08:29
Yes this is by design.
If each DVD you add has only one movie on the disk there is
an option in the config to automatically assign diskid's, so you
dont have to worry about it and borrowing disks works as normal.
> Basically, I can't borrow a video if it doesn't have a diskid.
> If my memory serves me right, I believe i was able to=20
> 'borrow' a video even
> if it didn't have a diskid.
> I was browsing through the code and i've noticed that the=20
> borrow button/link
> is looking for a diskid and obviously if it doesn't have one,=20
> it just gives
> me a list of 'borrowed' items.
> Is this by design?
> btw. i'm using the latest cvs version.
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