A share archive is a container file
with a unique name and a version date.
You can give specific users read or write access to
your share archives.
These share users do not have to be regular (registered) F*EX users.
You can create share archives and give other users readonly or read+write
Download of share archives is possible via webbrowser or F*EX client.
Upload of share archives is possible only via F*EX client, because a webbrowser cannot create archives.
One cannot overwrite a share archive.
When you upload a share archive a new version is created.
Only the owner can delete share archives.
Share archives have a longer expiration time than normal files.
The share user gets a share URL from you the owner (via "notify user" in
He can enter this share URL either in his webbrowser or F*EX client.
A share URL comprises the triple [F*EX server, share owner, share user], which we call for short a "share".
A share owner is also called a F*EX full user.
Then add a share archive named "test".
This creates an empty share archive.
Click on [add] in the test archive table and enter the email address of your share user.
You will see this new user in the test archive table with readonly
You can click on [add write] to allow write access for this user.
When you click on [share user] you will see a table with all your share
Click on [notify] to send a share user an email with his share URL, which he needs for accessing his share.
To upload files into this share archive use:
fexpush -S . fexpush -F -a test.tar some_files... fexpull -lThis creates a new version of the share archive "test".