Deletes files and directories that were sent to backup server.
java -jar cli.jar delete --host-name=TIM-LAPTOP --project-name=Photos --path=\\\\home\\tim\\picture --recursive --no-confirm
java -jar opero-commandline.jar delete --login=Natalia2 --password=zaq12wsx --server=http://192.168.0.199:45558 --path=D:/MC --host-name=NATALIA1 --recursive
If you have a configuration file in user's home directory, you do not need to enter the parameters: login, password, server:
java -jar opero-commandline.jar delete
If you have a configuration file in a different directory than the user's home directory, then you have to enter the parameter: config, e.g.
java -jar opero-commandline.jar delete --config=D:\CLI.conf
||Host name from which files have to be deleted. Default is current host.
||Project name from which files have to be deleted. Default refers to all project given from host.
|[--path <path1, path2, ...>]
||Paths of files and directories that have to be deleted. The name should contain the full path where the directory of file is located. Multiple files and/or directories are separated with ','.
|[--version <GUID1, ...>]
||It is specifying which file versions have to be deleted. Multiple versions are separated with ','. If it is not given all versions will be deleted.
|[--date <YYYY-MM-DD hh:ss:mm>]
||Paths/versions created after this date will not be included.
||This argument specifies to delete files recursively from directory. If it is not given subdirectories and their files will not be deleted, only files in given folder.
||Action will not need confirmation.
As output, the delete command will print the list of deleted files or folders on standard output, one line for each file (the full path will be shown).