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    SitePoint Enthusiast Rami Yacoub's Avatar
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    Question very important help Pleas

    i need to copy files from my server -spesific folder- to my computer automatic each 10min and i don't know what to do?? so any body can tell me what i have to study or give a code, and i'll be thankfull

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    Are you running the server from your computer? Or are the two on seperate boxes?

    James

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    SitePoint Enthusiast Rami Yacoub's Avatar
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    thanks for your reply
    iam using two seperate computer,
    the fist one has Unix os, and the secound windowsXP
    note i don't care if the code php or other language such as java but i must do it today, so plz help me

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    Sorry, I'm not going to be the best one to talk to. If you were me I'd probably create a php script with scandir located on your server, run that script to scan the contents of the particular directory and print them to the screen. Then I'd use the urllib in Python to make a connection to that URL, grab the directory contents, then read them into Python and save them each to a file.

    I'm trying here. I really am... but you might want to get some help from somebody who really knows what they're talking about. ie: not me.

    Good luck there,

    James

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    Smile thanks

    don't worry man
    thank u lot 4 care

    have a nice day

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    Look in to the replicator written By Karen at Karenware.com

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    i do it

    thanks sitepoint members for help
    i just want to say that i solve it by using ftp in java,
    i find the package in
    http://jvftp.sourceforge.net/
    thank u all


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