Policies

The file should be structured as follows.

ConflictResolutionRules

  • conflict-resolution-rules
    Required, document root element.
  • policy
  • Required, contains the policies descriptions. Children, if present, must be placed in the order shown on the scheme.
    • timing
      Optional, contains description of policy on resolving timing conflicts. See the structure below.
      Must be present in the document if a timing policy should be used during the restore.
      May not be present in the document if no policy required for timing conflicts.
    • resource-usage
      Optional, contains description of policy on resolving resource usage conflicts. See the structure below.
      Must be present in the document if a resource usage policy should be used during the restore.
      May not be present in the document if no policy required for resource usage conflicts.
    • configuration
      Optional, contains description of policy on resolving configuration conflicts. See the structure below.
      Must be present in the document if a configuration policy should be used during the restore.
      May not be present in the document if no policy required for configuration conflicts.
  • rule
    Optional, contains the rule descriptions. For details on the node structure, refer to the Resolutions Description Format: Rules section.

The policy elements have the same structure:

TimingPolicyConfigurationPolicyResource

  • resolution
    Required, contains a definition of conflict resolution. Structured as follows:

    Resolution

The resolution element must not be empty, it is required that it contains one, and only one of its children elements:

  • do-not-restore
    Sets the Do Not Restore resolution, empty value.
  • proceed-with-current
    Sets the Proceed With Current resolution, empty value.
  • automatic
    Sets the Automatic resolution, empty value.
  • overuse
    Sets the Overuse resolution, empty value.
  • overwrite
    Sets the Overwrite resolution, empty value.
  • rename
    Sets the Rename resolution, empty value.
    • new-name
      Required, makes sense only if defined for configuration conflicts. Specifies a name of new configuration that should be assigned to all conflict objects. The value must be a string.
 

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