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indexing files

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Hi,

Is there a standard way to index the files in a directory other than parsing
the page you get when directory indexing is switched on?

Also what methods do people use to synchronise time with the web server?

Thanks
Nov 19 '05 #1
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Sorry. This was an unclear post.

I have a number of mobile clients which need to download files when they
become available on my ASP .NET server. I have no control over the file
names. In other words I need to do a "get all".

Therefore, my question is: Is there any other way to do this other than
write a script which returns a list of files.

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Hi,

Is there a standard way to index the files in a directory other than
parsing the page you get when directory indexing is switched on?

Also what methods do people use to synchronise time with the web server?

Thanks

Nov 19 '05 #2

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