Yes. How do you specify those multiple files? Do you have a fixed list of files you want to upload? Or do you want to upload all files in some folder? Or all files that match some wildcard/mask or other criteria?
We are developing a backup application that uploads to the server those files that have been changed, being able to upload all the files in a directory, some or none.
That is why what we thought was to generate a list of files and path to upload and upload them with just one session to save time.
Are there or do they have any routine that can do this other than a file-to-file control?
One last question, how can I tell the synchronizationResult.Check () statement to ignore the errors? It turns out that when it finds an open file, it gives an error and stops uploading even if we control the error with a try catch block