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Almost Never Used Commands (Part 1)

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These very rarely, if ever, used commands involve extracting documents from and later returning documents to the configuration repository. You could possibly make a case for using them in connection with some disaster recovery strategy. These commands serve as a simple configuration document management system.


Tests for the existence of a document in the config repository.


Check a file out from the config repository.


Check a file into the the config repository.


Creates a new document in the config repository.


Deletes a document from the config repository.

See also these related articles:
AdminConfig SyntaxThe WAS Configuration TreeConfiguration TypesConfiguration IDsShow and Tell (Part 1)Show and Tell (Part 2)Show and Tell (Part 3)Preserving ChangesModifyCreateConfiguration Validation (Part 1)Configuration Validation (Part 2)Almost Never Used Commands (Part 1)Almost Never Used Commands (Part 2)
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