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    Exporting AA project

    I recently posted a question in the Desktop area regarding exporting my entire application. I have successfully zipped and exported the desktop application. This exported copy is for home use, without access to the business server. All is fine until I open the Web Projects panel, when I find there are no project files, so I am guessing that the 'Zip Workspace' only copied the Desktop application. Should I simply open the project folder on my server and copy all of the files and folders to my home PC - or is there a better way, as there is with the Desktop app?

    I am on Windows 10 with a Windows Business server 2019 in the office. The website was hosted internally on another PC in the same office. That PC developed a terminal fault, so I have decided to move the website to a new PC at my home address.

    I was hoping that zipping the workspace would grab it all, but obviously not.

    I look forward and thank you for any help and advice.

    Kind regards, Larry

    #2
    When you zip, I believe that there is an option to include Web files.
    See our Hybrid Option here;
    https://hybridapps.example-software.com/


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      #3
      I would have thought people would just copy the entire directory (avoid zipping files and the potential dangers that go with it).
      This is said presuming a portable drive or at least somewhat realistic upload speeds.
      Gregg
      https://paiza.io is a great site to test and share sql code

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        #4
        You are of course quite right Ted. Looking at it again, I am surprised if I missed that option. However, my unzipped files did show a web project folder, but only had a 1K file in it. Having repeated the exercise, I've now got all of the files. I'll just have to assume that I didn't do it properly first time round... Thanks again

        With regards to simply copying the data, my hardware would be up to this, but I myself remain the weak link. I know that my desktop application and my web project are in different folders, but I regret that I am not aware if any other folders are involved, so I concluded that I would let the experts decide what files and folders to export. However, if I only need those two folders, maybe I'll try just copying those next time. Thanks for the input

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          #5
          Larry,
          Sorry about that. I'm guessing your web project is buried in the same parent folder as your desktop project.
          It's usually a painless process to ask someone to show you how to make that determination.
          There are all kinds of of screen sharing apps (including microSoft's Quick Assist) that make this a breeze.
          Gregg
          https://paiza.io is a great site to test and share sql code

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            #6
            And you thought retirement was gonna be easy?
            Wait 'till you start chasing the cash!
            See our Hybrid Option here;
            https://hybridapps.example-software.com/


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            Department of Sunshine and Rainbows!

            Hope restored, faith renewed, spirits lifted!

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