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7.7. Upstreaming

Upstreaming is the process by which Radio moves information from your local computer to the server where your blog is located. The overall upstreaming process is controlled by an XML file named #upstream.xml stored in your www folder. This file contains configuration information specifying where your rendered HTML files are to be placed. Passwords are never placed in this file — they are stored in the radio.prefs.passwords table in Radio's object database.

There are three types of #upstream.xml files: xmlStorageSystem, FTP, and none. An xmlStorageSystem upstream file moves blog postings off to the radio.weblogs.com destination or to a Radio Community Server. An FTP upstream driver transfers files via FTP. A none type prevents information in the folder where it is located from being upstreamed at all.


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