The LibreSource Synchronizer allow users to create workspace(s) and synchronise the files they share with the LibreSource Synchronizer configuration tool
The "LibreSource Synchronizer"
(or "Synchroniser") is the father node of the connected workspaces
- A LibreSource Synchronizer
The view of a Synchronizer is the list of the workspaces connected.
Edit a Synchronizer
The LibreSource Synchronizer has four properties :
- a name
- a description
- a file encoding use to synchronise the text files
- a list of binary extension (a file with one of these extensions will be synchronise as binary file)
- Editing a LibreSource Synchronizer
Connect a workspace to the Synchronizer
If you want to share and synchronise data with others users, you have to create and connect a new workspace to the given Synchronizer. You must have the CREATE WORKSPACE permission on the Synchronizer.
On the Synchronizer view, at the bottom of the existing workspaces list, you have a link "create workspace"
- Create workspace link
This action return you a jnlp file. JNLP means "Java Network Launched Application
" (see Sun Documentation about Java Web Start
for more informations). This file will launch a small java application on the client. This application open a dialog :
- Create a workspace
You have to fill the form, choosing a name
for your workspace, the directory
you want to share, and give your LibreSource account password.
Then, if all is correct, you will have a dialog like this :
- Workspace creation success
Then, according to the last ticket of the Synchronizer, you will have the choice of two actions : UPDATE
- The Synchronizer with the new workspace
For example, on this screenshot, the connection "toxic" is already up-to-date because the last ticket of the Synchronizer is 0
So the available action is COMMIT
. If this ticket had been more than 0, the connection had not been up-to-date and the available action had been UPDATE
Commit change to the Synchronizer
Update a workspace