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Re: [dsdp-tm-dev] ftp synchronization

Hi Diego,

Remote files stored in an FTP server can be used locally using EFS, but you won't get any source control.
Using EFS you will be able to add remote files to a project and use them as if they were in your workspace.

To add an EFS folder, create a new folder in the project that you want to use the FTP files, and in the "New Folder" wizard click "Advanced".
Check the "Link to folder in the file system" checkbox and select the "RSE" file system.
At this point, it should be possible browsing the available RSE connections and creating new ones to select the folder that you want to link.

Once you create the linked folder, it should be accessible the same way as a local folder.
Realise that you are working with a remote folder and operations might take longer to execute.

If you find any issue, please fill a bug report, so it can be tracked.



"Diego Celso" <dcelso@xxxxxxxxx>
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27/11/2007 22:20

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[dsdp-tm-dev] ftp synchronization

I would like know how goes the perpestive synchronize ftp for use a
acount ftp like a poor CVS simulation.

Saludos Diego Celso
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