Rules

The file should be structured as follows.

ConflictResolutionRules

  • conflict-resolution-rules
    Required, document root element.
    • policy
      Required, contains the policies descriptions. For details on the node format, refer to the section Resolutions Description Format: Policies.
      The element content must reflect the conditions under which the conflicts were detected.
    • rule
      Optional, contains a rule description.
      Must be present in the document when defining conflict resolution rules. Should be present as many times as the number of unresolved conflicts.

      At least one of the attributes (conflict-id, conflict-guid) MUST be present.

      • conflict-id
        Optional, defines ID of the conflict being resolved. Value is integer.
        The ID should be obtained from the conflict description returned by pleskrestore (the "/conflicts-description/conflict[@id]" attribute value)
      • conflict-guid
        Optional, defines global ID of the conflict being resolved. Value is string.
        The GUID should be obtained from the conflict description returned by pleskrestore (the "/conflicts-description/conflict[@guid]" attribute value).
        If omitted, the conflict for resolution is identified by ID.
      • dump-objects
        Optional, holds a collection of descriptions of backup objects involved into the conflict and taking the same conflict resolution
        Must be present in the document in case when different objects involved in the same conflict should be resolved in different ways.
        May not be present in the document in case when all objects involved in the conflict should be resolved the same way.
        See the structure below.
      • resolution
        Required, contains definition of resolution for the conflict, see the structure below.

 

dump-objects structure:

DumpObjects

  • node
    Required, contains a description of backup object involved in the conflict.
    The element contents must be taken from the conflict description returned by pleskrestore (the "/conflicts-description/conflict/conflicting-objects/node" element).
    Structured as follows:

    Node

  • name
    Required, specifies the object type, value must be a string.
  • context
    Optional, holds a collection of data specifying the object position in backup.
    • path
      Required if the context element is present in the document, specifies the location of object definition in the backup metadata. Value must be a string conforming to the XPath notation.
  • attributes
    Required, holds a collection of the object properties.
    • attribute
      Required, specifies a particular property of the object (e.g., login, ID, GUID, etc.), empty value.
      • name
        Required, specifies the property name, value must be a string.
      • value
        Required, specifies the property value, value must be a string.

 

resolution structure:

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 for the conflict, empty value.
  • proceed-with-current
    Sets the Proceed With Current resolution for the conflict, empty value.
  • automatic
    Sets the Automatic resolution for the conflict, empty value.
  • overuse
    Sets the Overuse resolution for the conflict, empty value.
  • overwrite
    Sets the Overwrite resolution for the conflict, empty value.
  • rename
    Sets the Rename resolution for the conflict, empty value.
    • new-name
      Required, specifies a name of unique resource that should be assigned to the conflicting objects, value must be a string.
      Makes sense only for unique resource usage conflicts (mapping of IP, database server, object owner).

 

 

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