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Once you have exported you files once, you should be able to create a Synchronization for it. To do so, open the TEam perspective and, from the left-most dropdown in the Synchronize view, chose Synchronize. You can then choose FTP and click next. You should see an entry for the export you perfomed. Selecting that and clicking finish will make any new changes you have made appear in the synchronize view.


"Oberhuber, Martin" <Martin.Oberhuber@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
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08/21/2006 03:57 AM

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gonzalo briceno <gonzaloother@xxxxxxxxx>
RE: [platform-team-dev] Re: FTP3.2 plugin question

... and here is the original question from Gonzalo on the newsgroup:

First of all, I would like to say that I hope this is the right place to
this question.  I've searched in both the 'target management' and
newsgroups as well as the web for an answer to this.  As a matter of
fact, I
gave the eSFTP plugin a try prior to trying out the FTP plugin but I
satisfied with it.

I have installed the WebDAV and FTP 3.2 plugins onto eclipse 3.2 and got
to work.  My only issue here is that in order to upload(export) the
I've been working on, I have to go through the entire export process
a.. On the main project node in the Navigator view, choose menu:
a.. Select 'FTP' protocol and press Next.
a.. Choose a new folder to be exported and press Next.
a.. Choose the FTP target site
a.. press on Next

Otherwise, I do not see any way to upload a file.  Is it at all possible
quickly upload a file after the FTP target has been defined as well as
for the project?

If this is not possible, are there other 3rd party tools that I can use
(perhaps purchase) to do this?  Thank you all very much for your time.

Martin Oberhuber
Target Management Project Lead, DSDP PMC Member

> -----Original Message-----
> From: platform-team-dev-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx
> [mailto:platform-team-dev-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of
> Martin Oberhuber
> Sent: Saturday, August 19, 2006 8:24 AM
> To: gonzalo briceno
> Cc: Target Management developer discussions;
> platform-team-dev@xxxxxxxxxxx
> Subject: [platform-team-dev] Re: FTP3.2 plugin question
> Hello Gonzalo,
> The FTP/WebDAV component that you've been trying, was
> originally written
> by the Eclipse Platform/Team group - but it's not being
> actively maintained any more. Unfortunately I don't know the
> answer to
> your question myself; best I can do is point you to the
> platform-team-dev mailing list, there should be the people who have
> originally developed FTP/WebDAV.
> The other answer is, that in our project (Target Management) an
> alternative solution for FTP is being developed. Our solution is
> more like a traditional FTP client where you can work on the
> remote site almost as if it were local. You can upload / download
> by copy & paste actions.
> The bad news on our side is, that we've been waiting since May for
> Eclipse Legal IP / Copyright Review to complete on an FTP library
> that we want to use (Jakarta commons net). While we dont have that
> library, our FTP client is the one from Sun, which is rather
> unreliable
> (but probably not much worse than the FTP/WebDAV one, which is also
> from Sun I believe).
> Anyways, it would be great if you'd want to try out our solution,
> it's the "Remote System Explorer" and Milestone 4 was just completed
> today:
> 0608182355/index.php
> Please have a look at the build notes, there's a link to a Tutorial.
> We'd appreciate any feedback that you'd want to give.
> Cheers,
> Martin Oberhuber
> Target Management Project Lead, DSDP PMC Member
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