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    tahir
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    How to Synchronize FP 2000 Build Web Site (FP2K)

    During past few weeks number of changes "contents" are made on our live site using IE and FP2K online editing facility. Now I would like to match all such changes with the version I have on my local hard disk. What is the best way doing that considering I access the net using a modem and site is quite large.
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    Re: How to Synchronize FP 2000 Build Web Site (FP2K)

    I don't know that you much option other than to publish to your hard drive from the server.

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    tahir
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    Re: How to Synchronize FP 2000 Build Web Site (FP2K)

    As mentioned in my previous post, it will not be possible as I'm on a slow modem connection and total size of the complete site is over 100mb. Wonder if only update is possible i.e. copy all that is new on the server to local hard disk?

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    Re: How to Synchronize FP 2000 Build Web Site (FP2K)

    I suppose if you could identiy the files by date and simply ftp them to your system. An ftp app such as WsFTP or FTP Explorer has the option to sort by date.

    Since the web hasn't been previously published from the server, you couldn't use the "publish only changed files" option, I don't believe.

    Is there no way to have someone on a fast connection to publish the site to their computer and burn a CD for you?

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    Re: How to Synchronize FP 2000 Build Web Site (FP2K)

    In Frontpage go to View Reports, Site summary. A small toolbar should pop up, select Recently Changed Files and select the timeframe desired. You can then see which pages have been altered within the timeframe. Do the same on your local machine and see the difference. <img src=/S/groovin.gif border=0 alt=groovin width=21 height=21>

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