The copy job is ordered by the destination pc
itself (px.exe /get). The fileserver is in the receive mode here (pc.exe
|Server (Service Technician)||Client (Customer's PC)|
dos command line
|pc /r||pc /get @WINWORD@ /d d:\ww2000|
|Alias name translation table in
file pc.ini at the receiver.
|result||The Fileserver itself sends the
files found in the filelist at R:\WW2000b1.
( see generating filelists )
|The client copies all received files to d:\ww2000\.....|
The big advantage is that the receiver needn't
know where the files are located on the server. This is because the files
are not created until the
data integrity of the files on the server
is 100 % guaranteed!!!
For creating the 'pc.ini' file and using alias
names for transfers see: Alias Table Creation.