|Firstly, thanks for your prompt reply.
Yeah this is what I want I think write the information directly as I find it, but I don't know how to make it.
So you mean that I'll always get into trouble everytime I make my comparison ?
Let me explain to you first what my program do.
I have two servers with disk capacity around 7 To each.
The first one change everytime, 'cause it is like a transaction server, and second one is just for backing up the first one.
Let's say transaction server = 1A and backup server = 1B
Once someone made a transaction into 1A, it should be backed up to 1B but no need to delete files from 1B directly. Need to wait about two weeks and after that I should make a purge.
So my application is about purging files. Means that it compares first all files of the two servers and then lists those files before delete. It's at this level I'm into a trouble, making the comparison and then list all files.
So which solution should I adopt correctly ? Writing files directly inside a text file (by splitting if up to a specific size) or using a dictionnary or list... something like that. Or if have other solution I would appreciate it.
for information: my app is made with C# .NET 3.5
Thank you so much