Options for local file copies.
When a file is checked in, it cannot be modified. Thus, selecting the Always keep files checked out option enables files to be kept in a checked out state upon Check In, so that they may still be modified after the Check In operation.
Automatically deletes the local file copies after the Add or Check In operation. This helps keep your disk usage to a minimum, and ensures that you always get the most recent version when you start working on a file.
Automatically deletes the local file copies with the server files after the Delete operation. This helps keep disk clutter to a minimum.
Sets the read-only flag on the unchecked out files in your working folder. Dynamsoft SourceAnywhere Hosted sets the read-only flag when you perform a Get Latest Version, Add, Check In, or Undo Check Out command on a file, and uses it as a signal that you have not been modifying the file.
Display warning for Undo check out of a modified file
Displays the Undo Checkout Modified File dialog box prompting whether you want to undo checkout and lose the changed data in the file.
Sets how Dynamsoft SourceAnywhere Hosted determines if your local copy is up-to-date.
Specifies how Dynamsoft SourceAnywhere Hosted sets the date/time for files in your working folder. The option you choose is the time you will see when you view files in the Java Explorer.
Specifies how to handle the writable local file if it is different from the file in server. The following four ways will be behaved:
Replace: Replaces (overwrites) the local file.
Skip: Leaves the local file alone (not retrieving the latest version from the server).
Merge: Attempts an automatic merge.
Note: The way how Dynamsoft SourceAnywhere Hosted determines if your local file copy differs from the server file can be set in Compare files by option.
The end-of-line terminator for mergeable files may be specified using this option.
The EOL Terminator may need to be changed if the operating system where the working folders reside differs from the operating system Dynamsoft SourceAnywhere Hosted Client is currently running on. For example, if Dynamsoft SourceAnywhere Hosted Client is running on a Windows operating system but needs to retrieve files to a working folder that is on a Mac OS, you can change the EOL Terminator to Mac(CR) so that files retrieved to the working folder will be displayed correctly.
The options for end-of-line terminator are as follows:
Note: The EOL Terminator will not take effect if your local copy of
file is the same as the one in the repository. The way how Dynamsoft SourceAnywhere Hosted determines
if your local file copy differs from the server file can be set in Compare files by