Hi, I have an emby install for mobile devices outside my home place and a mysql install of three kodi clients for home watching.
As I have to update both databases and set the watched status on both systems I triesd the Emby for Kodi add on and hoped I could keep Emby as my DB server and Kodi (still mysql) as a syncing client.
After the start of the addon I can choose my server, choose my profile and put the password in. On the question which database I will sync I choose All.
Then a second later I get a failed error.
hier the most important part of the log:
2020-02-22 15:14:49.911 T:3324 NOTICE: EMBY.sync -> starting sync with [u'b76ef1ba30ea2a6f2cae4a27edb2a50d', u'83678a05144f82182827985ec5df3fb1', u'f3bc1d9efa8ba3d5c20b995826989242', u'ece2e338969dd4bee64c0a6c005791ec', u'4a2def0cb12602fa980fb0ad9fbc883e', u'7a2175bccb1f1a94152cbd2b2bae8f6d', u'767bffe4f11c93ef34b805451a696a4e', 'Boxsets:'] 2020-02-22 15:14:49.937 T:3324 NOTICE: EMBY.helper.wrapper -> Processing Anime (GER): b76ef1ba30ea2a6f2cae4a27edb2a50d 2020-02-22 15:14:50.071 T:3324 NOTICE: EMBY.database -> ERROR:: type: <class 'sqlite3.OperationalError'> value: no such table: tvshow
Is Emby for Kodi mysql compatible? The table tvshow is available on the mysql db / server. Just empty, but there.
Navigating over the dynamic links works but what I was expecting was a full sync to the "local" db of Kodi nevertheless it is local-sqlite or network-mysql.
Edited by BiTeTHeBiGG, 22 February 2020 - 10:38 AM.