These modifications make it possible to access the Opero Client software from the command line. The following actions will be implemented: addhost, backup, backupbriefcase, createconfig, delete, deletehost, dir, gethostslimit, gethostslist, getversion, getversionslimit, initkeytype, renamehost, resetaccount, restore, setversionslimit. These actions will be described in more detail in the following paragraphs. For all actions applies that a successful action is indicated by means of exit code 0. In all other cases a status code of 1 will be used.
User – a base system unit which represents a single account/person in the system. The user is identified by his login.
Host – a single computer on which the Opero application runs. It imposes the consistency in the directory structure in the backup processes and when restoring the data for different computers. Number of hosts is limited according to the product.
Briefcase – disk space where user files are stored. This data are encrypted with briefcase key. The contents of this directory are synchronized on each of the computer of one user where the Opero application is installed.
Backup projects – the projects represent the files that were archived by the user using Opero Backup application. The files are differentiated based on the host that performed the backup. All projects are encrypted, each with the same key (default or user-defined)
Symbols used in this document
-- parameter <parameter>- required parameter,
[--parameter <parameter>] – additional parameter, non-required.