Conflicts Description

<conflicts-description>
	<conflict id="0">  
    <type>
      <configuration>
        <reason-description>
          <required-resource-description>
            <ip type="shared" value="192.0.2.200"></ip>
          </required-resource-description>        
          
          <plesk-object-identifier>
          <span class="prefgrey"><!-- beginning of definition of Plesk object that conflicts with an object in the backup --></span>
<span class="prefgrey">          <!-- In resource usage conflicts, the plesk-object-identifier element specifies Plesk object which is an owner of the conflicting resource. In this example, the conflicting resource is IP, and its owner is a described reseller with ID 30. --></span>
            <type>reseller</type>
            <database-id>30</database-id>
            <guid>93dbe1b1-cff5-430f-8466-5b810099772f</guid>
          </plesk-object-identifier>
         <span class="prefgrey"> <!-- end of definition of Plesk object that conflicts with an object in the backup -->          </span>
        </reason-description>
        
        <resolve-options>
          <option name="do-not-restore"></option>
          <option name="rename"></option>
          <option name="automatic"></option>
        </resolve-options>
        <span class="prefgrey"><!-- resolve-options element lists all resolutions that are possible for this particular conflict. When composing the conflict resolution rule, you should choose one of these resolutions. --></span>
        
      </configuration>
    </type>
    
    <conflicting-objects>
    <span class="prefgrey"><!-- beginning of definition of backup objects that conflict with destination Plesk objects. Here, it is a domain example.com --></span>
      <node children-processing-type="" name="domain">
        <attributes>
          <attribute name="id" value="25"></attribute>
          <attribute name="guid" value="0822c175-a10d-459e-bd3a-e5cbc497e1f0"></attribute>
          <attribute name="owner-guid" value="93dbe1b1-cff5-430f-8466-5b810099772f"></attribute>
          <attribute name="name" value="example.com"></attribute>
        </attributes>
      </node>
    </conflicting-objects>  
   <span class="prefgrey"> <!-- end of definition of backup objects that conflict with destination Plesk objects -->    </span>
    
    <overview>
 <span class="prefgrey">   <!-- beginning of more detailed conflict overview. Here, the conflict appears because the required IP 192.0.2.200 is not in the owner's IP pool --></span>
      <object>
        <message>backup__restore__conflict_object_name</message>
        <name>example.com</name>
        <type>domain</type>
        <reasons>
          <reason>
            <message>backup__restore__conflict_configuration_reason_ip</message>            
            <param name="ip-address" value="192.0.2.200"></param>
            <param name="ip-type" value="shared"></param>
            <param name="type" value="reseller"></param>            
          </reason>
        </reasons>
      </object>
    </overview>
 <span class="prefgrey">   <!-- end of detailed conflict overview  --></span>
<span class="prefgrey"> </span>   
  </conflict>
</conflicts-description>
 

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