.dll files are not synchronized with .net assembly

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mohan0511
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.dll files are not synchronized with .net assembly

Hi All,

I am trying to sync my project files through vb.net code from one server to other remote server, below is the code snippet i used for this : i want to sync the files if there is any change in the file size or datetime stamp.

With the below code, all files are sync correctly but .dll files are not sync. Am i missing anything here ?

''''' open the session
mySession.Open(mySessionOptions)

'''''' Start synchronization
Dim mySynchronizationResult As SynchronizationResult

mySynchronizationResult = mySession.SynchronizeDirectories(SynchronizationMode.Remote, _
"C:\inetpub\wwwroot\MyProject", "C:/inetpub/wwwroot/MyProject",
True,False,SynchronizationCriteria.Either)

Console.WriteLine("Build sync successfull ...")

' Throw on any error
mySynchronizationResult.Check()

Console.WriteLine("Build sync result checked")

Please help on the above.

Thanks in advance,
Mohan

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Re: .dll files are not synchronized with .net assembly

Please attach a full session log file showing the problem (using the latest version of WinSCP). Name one of the problematic files.

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Hi prikryl,

Thank you for your response.

Last time, sorry I forgot to mention that "the .dll file the local folder is not synchronizing all the times whenever there is any change in the .dll in the source server", i mean it's working sometimes and not working sometimes.

Also, i tried to log to a text file as attached but this time the .dll is sync was successful.

Also, before the actual sync happens is there any way to list out what are the files that are going to be synchronized to the remote server? If i can know those files, i will delete them first on the remote server and then call the SynchronizeDirectories method. Do you see is this good?

Thank you.
  • BuildSyncLog.txt (41.08 KB, Private file)
Description: I have removed some sensitive details from this file.

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Sorry, I'm not sure I understand.

So were you able to reproduce the problem or not?

I see that no files were synchronized in the log. Did you expect any file to be synchronized? And if, what files?
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Sorry to confuse you Prikryl.
I couldn't reproduce the issue, the .dll i am referring to is "FullVersion.dll". I am still trying and keep you updated on the progress.

Also, before the actual synchronization of the files to the remote server, is there anyway to know the files that are going to be synchronized (i.e., all the files on the source server that are different from the remote server) on the remote server?

Thank you.

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mohan0511 wrote:

Also, before the actual synchronization of the files to the remote server, is there anyway to know the files that are going to be synchronized (i.e., all the files on the source server that are different from the remote server) on the remote server?
This is not supported in the assembly at the moment.

In scripting, you can use -preview switch:
https://winscp.net/eng/docs/scriptcommand_synchronize

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Thank your help on this Prikryl. It would be a good option in the .net assembly also if we preview the files before the actual sync.

The main cause for the issue i faced, I guess sometimes the IIS server is locking the .dll file (which i want to sync to the remote server directory) and preventing the re-write of the .dll file. I am still exploring on this will post you once i find any clue on the same.

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martin wrote:

mohan0511 wrote:

Also, before the actual synchronization of the files to the remote server, is there anyway to know the files that are going to be synchronized (i.e., all the files on the source server that are different from the remote server) on the remote server?
This is not supported in the assembly at the moment.

In scripting, you can use -preview switch:
https://winscp.net/eng/docs/scriptcommand_synchronize

Hi,
Do you know when it could be available in the assembly ?
Thanks

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