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Ralf Meier15-Jan-21 9:05
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As the OP allready wrote : he wants to have a sample code.
This answers the unanswered question from Griff too.
The OP has no idea and now he wants to have a (more or less) complete solution.

A long long time ago (long before Networks are usual) I made a similar solution for a friend of mine. Perhapas this is an idea for the OP :
I store each data with a Timestamp, which represents the last modification, on the disk. The storing of the complete data was an action which was selected by the user.
The receiving PC could import the data and replaces each datablock in it's own "collection" with the data from the disk, if it's timestamp is newer.
If the data isn't existing on the PC it was added.
Finally the complete data (with the new timestamp) is written back to the disk so that the 2nd PC could import it. This action was also necessary.
This is the only way (for me) to do something like this if there normally is no connection between both (or more) PC's.
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