[chandler-users] Best way to keep 2 workstations in sync

Fritz Meissner meissner.fritz at gmail.com
Mon Feb 23 05:54:27 PST 2009


Hi Tony,
You can check the sharing status of a collection by right-clicking on its
name and selecting Manage... . That brings up a window where you can select
what is shared.

Fritz

2009/2/23 Tony Hacche <agh at nosc.ja.net>

> Fritz,
>
>  All sharing goes via a Chandler server; you can set up your own, or use
>> the OSAF one which is the default - I'm using the OSAF one and it seems to
>> work fine. So you have to publish the collections as you have done, which
>> puts them on the server, then you can subscribe from home and sync with the
>> server. If I remember correctly when I was initially setting up Chandler on
>> my various computers, I set up the first one, then saved a .chex file from
>> there and loaded that into the other machines after installing Chandler. I'm
>> not sure if that was essential or just to save time with the initial
>> synchronising, but it worked well.
>>
>
> OK, thanks. I'll give it a go and see what happens ;o)
>
>  I don't use the Hub web interface much so I haven't noticed this
>> shortcoming, but I know that the Hub lacks some capabilities - it may be
>> that this is one of them. Also note that when you publish a collection, you
>> have to select what you want to share; alarms is one of the optional items,
>> so check if that collection has sharing alarms turned on. Sharing alarms
>> does work for me.
>>
>
> I think I did turn alarms on but there doesn't seem any way to check. I may
> have to unpublish and then publish again just to make sure.
>
> Thanks,
>
> Tony
>
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