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Re: PutFiles does not overwrite the existing file.

Tbh, it is quite unlikely. How do you test that the file has not changed?
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PutFiles does not overwrite the existing file.

I have a file uploaded test.txt. Inside there is just "test". When I upload a new file with PutFiles function the file has the same name but different content, it says that the upload succeeded but when i check the file it hasn't changed.