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Working with Synchronize as part of Export [message #579170] Fri, 20 February 2009 21:48
Shawn Clark is currently offline Shawn ClarkFriend
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Registered: July 2009

Trying out the new sync but having some issues and am curious if I am
doing it wrong. Here is what I have setup:

TM 3.1M5
Eclipse 3.4 SR1

Within the Remote Explorer setup a ssh connection with the server I am
working on using ssh file transfers. Can connect properly and view the
file system. Have a PDT project using the latest maintenance build of
PDT 2.0.1. Select the project and right click -> export. The dialog
comes up asking which export I want. Select Other -> Remote file system.
Next dialog comes up where I select specific files within certain
folders of the project (don't want to transfer all files). Within the
same dialog I use "Browse..." to select the RSE connection and navigate
to the folder that matches with the project root. I select to
"Review/Synchronize" which grays out the the options below it. At this
point their is an info warning saying that I need to select a
destination folder which is odd as it shows the RSE destination in the
text box for the folder. The buttons available are Back, Finish, and
Cancel. Selecting Finish does nothing. By nothing I mean that the dialog
stays present, no notice messages show up, and nothing seems to happen.
At this point I can still interact with the Export dialog and change
things around. Try doing a "Finish" again and still nothing. End up
canceling out and I am back at my Eclipse Workspace.

Where am I going wrong or what is the expected flow?

Shawn Clark
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