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How to keep same datetime stamp on a copied file

 
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DelMurray



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PostPosted: Mon Aug 17, 2009 5:13 am    Post subject: How to keep same datetime stamp on a copied file Reply with quote

First, I really like this product.
I have a task that copies all of the source code from one server to another so that there are 2 backups to the source code at all times in the office. Server A is the source, Server B is the destination. When files are written on Server B, I want them to have the same datetime stamp on the file as they have on Server A. This will allow me to verify that the files were copied to Server B and the Server A files match Server B files exactly by date/time stamp. Right now the "copy" function of the "Archive Task" puts the date/time of the files on Server B as the time that the copy took place. Can this be changed anywhere to keep the datetime stamp .. as if I did a "DOS copy" ?

Thanks.
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melvin
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PostPosted: Mon Aug 17, 2009 9:32 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

hmm.. when we do the Copy task from almost any system to any other system, the original file timestamp is always maintained. Hence a "maintain timestamp" option is not provided for the copy task like we have for the FTP task.

what type of servers are these?
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