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Hi everyone! I am wanting to compare versions of files (one locally stored on computer and one stored on website) for a bigger project that I'm involved in. Is it possible to obtain the FileVersion information of a file stored on the web?
Posted 14-Nov-12 10:32am
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov 14-Nov-12 15:37pm
What kind of file? For most files, there is no a concept of file version. It does not exist as the universal attribute in most OS as well.
joshrduncan2012 14-Nov-12 15:40pm
In particular, the SQL Server CE files (.sdf) files. In particular, when we deploy new versions, we want to update the version from 1.0 to 2.0, etc. I really want to avoid httpwebrequest and httpwebresponse if at all possible. Those 2 still confuse me.

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Depends on how it exists. If you're storing it on the web, then you can create a webservice to do this. If it's exposed via FTP, I think you can get it via FTP. Otherwise, I think you need to download it.

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