I run ZP on one server and need to add line by line to a textfile that is located on another server. What is the easiest approach to do that? Thank you.
The database is the correct way.I run ZP on one server and need to add line by line to a textfile that is located on another server. What is the easiest approach to do that? Thank you.
I do not think FTP would be good in multithreading too. It ll depends on your logic, but think if you will use the same file from two different places file should be locked when one side is working with it, otherwise, You will have problems, it does not really matter what solution you use.Thank you lokiys for your help. Yes, I already considered the problems that can occure with multithreading or a couple of bots are using the same file...
Database solution should workaround this problem? But then I have to alter a bunch of my projects and their logic.
With FTP... would that be "multi-threading/access" safe?
Saw an tutorial using C# on how to add a line to an (external) text-file. But looks quite complicated and not sure if this also works on a remote server.
Updated test version is already available - https://www.dropbox.com/sh/sepjz186mxb5hlg/AADG1C4Ip2ASmWn1H79ch1T6a?dl=0
It works quite good in multithreading for adding/getting lines.Does it work good in multithreading?