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  1. Please make sure you have JAVA installed on your computer. If you don't, you can download it here: https://java.com/en/download/
  2. Download the SEAD Uploader jar file :  sead2.0.1112.jar
  3. For SEAD 1.5 only, request the sead-google.json file by sending an email to SEADdatanet@umich.edu.
  4. On your computer, open the root directory that contains files and folders you would like to upload to your Project Space in SEAD.
  5. Put the sead1.2e.jar file and (for 1.5) sead-google.json files in this directory.
  6. Holding the SHIFT button, right click on your mouse to open a menu. Select the "Open Command Window Here" option.
  7. Once you have the Command Window open, invoke the SEADUploader by typing the following in the Command Window:

java -cp sead2.0.1112.jar org.sead.acr.client.SEADUploader <-listonly> <-merge> <-limit<X>> <-ex<Y>> <serverUrl> <directories/files list...>

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2.0 examples: use of the Uploader creates one Dataset with Folders and Files inside

 

java -cp sead2.0.1112.jar org.sead.acr.client.SEADUploader -listonly -merge -sead2 https://sead2.ncsa.illinois.edu mydir

Using SEAD's 2.0 instance, check ./mydir and list the Dataset and all Folders and Files that would be created without the -listonly flag

java -cp sead2.0.1112.jar org.sead.acr.client.SEADUploader -merge -sead2 https://sead2.ncsa.illinois.edu mydir

 Using SEAD's 2.0 instance, create a 'mydir' Dataset in your account on sead2.ncsa.illinois.edu and create Folders and Files for all contained items. Each File will be annotated with metadata indicating the original path (user metadata: "instanceOf (http://purl.org/vocab/frbr/core#embodimentOf) with the value /mydir for the mydir directory in this example and /mydir/<relative path> for all Files). Note that if this command is run without the -merge flag, it will create a new Dataset and upload all folders and files again, even if a Dataset already exists from a prior run (which is not usually what you'd want). -merge makes the Uploader check for an existing Dataset and only uploads missing content, or folders/files added to your local directory since the last upload.

java -cp sead2.0.1112.jar org.sead.acr.client.SEADUploader -merge -sead2 -limit100 https://sead2.ncsa.illinois.edu mydir

 Using SEAD's 2.0 instance, locate/create a 'mydir' Dataset in your account on sead2.ncsa.illinois.edu and create Folders and Files for the first 100 contained items. Running the command again will add the next 100 items (becasue of the -merge flag it will find/skip the ones already uploaded). 

java -cp sead2.0.1112.jar org.sead.acr.client.SEADUploader -merge -sead2 -verify https://sead2.ncsa.illinois.edu mydir

 Using SEAD's 2.0 instance, verify that all files previously uploaded to SEAD 2 are exactly the same as those on your disk.  Since SEAD 2 currently calculates hash values with a delay, the -verify flag should be added on a second run of the Uploader.

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