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Uploading Changes in Narrative Report

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Posted Tuesday, January 16, 2018 - Post #38464
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As my family tree grows, it takes longer and longer to upload the Narrative Report to the server.

I was wondering if there’s some way to upload only content which has changed, that is, htm pages, pictures and other items/objects that are either new or are different from those already on the server. In other words, is it possible to upload just the “delta”?

Thanks.

Martin
Posted Tuesday, January 16, 2018 - Post #38465
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GenoPro alreedy does something like a delta. It maintains a file GenoProCache.xml in the destination folder holding a timestamp for each file and only actually uploads files where the timestamp has changed. 

Note that this only deals with new and updated files, any obsolete files are not deleted from the report.  To fix that you would have to manually delete the files (i.e using GenoProFTPClient).  Alternatively delete the report and start afresh.

Also it still has to generate the files locally in order to have the new timestamp for comparison, and so the saving is in upload time only.


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Posted Wednesday, January 17, 2018 - Post #38467
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Thanks for your reply. Very interesting but I'm now confused as to why my uploads are taking so long. It seems to me no matter whether I've made huge changes or only one or two, the upload times are not much different. I'll have to pay closer attention next time to try and see what's actually happening.


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