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Old 03-17-2016, 01:56 PM   #1
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Default Problems creating my own .fqf for FlashFXP 5


I want to programmatically create my own .fqf file. I got it working following the format described in the help text for FlashFXP4 but just can't get it to work for FFXP5. I have read the help and tried a lot of variations but don't get it to work properly. The problem seems to be that it doesn't recognize the sites in my Site Manager. I don't have any sites organized in groups so I should just be able to use the names as added in the site manager. Here is the string I use to transfer a folder between sites:

1+ (char)1 + 0 + (char)1 + (char)2 + SOURCE + (char)1 + (char)2 + DESTINATION + (char)1 + SOURCE_FOLDER + (char)1 + DESTINATION_FOLDER + (char)1 + 0 + "\r\n"

When I try to load the .fqf in flashfxp I always get under the Remark column: My Computer to My Computer(is this even possible?). I have analyzed the .fqf file in a text editor and and it looks correct according to the format described in the help.

Any idea what can be wrong?

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Old 03-19-2016, 03:52 PM   #2
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The .fqf format was changed quite a bit in v5 but the biggest change was to the way Site Manager sites are referenced.

We no longer reference the sites by name, but instead via a unique ID which is stored as a value in each site section.

Instead of the site name it is (char)3 + SITE_ID

and if the source or target is local then it is defined as (char)2

There may be other changes as well but I've run short on time to dig deeper into this for now
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