Conflicts Resolution

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<resolve-conflicts-task-description>
  <conflict-resolution-rules>
    <policy />

    <rule conflict-id="0">
      <dump-objects>
        <node 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>
      </dump-objects>

      <resolution>
<span class="prefgrey">      <!-- beginning of the conflict resolution definition: IP mapping: upon restore, the conflicting domain example.com should have hosting configured on IP 192.0.2.34 --></span>
        <rename new-name="ip-type:shared:ip-address:192.0.2.34"/>
      </resolution>
<span class="prefgrey">      <!-- end of the conflict resolution definition --></span>

    </rule>
  </conflict-resolution-rules>
</resolve-conflicts-task-description>
 

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