Sends files to briefcase.
java -jar cli.jar backupbriefcase --path=/home/tim/ln --briefcase-dir=\\ln --recursive
java -jar opero-commandline.jar backupbriefcase --login=Natalia2 --password=zaq12wsx --server=http://192.168.0.199:45558 --path=D:/MC --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 backupbriefcase --path=D:/MC --recursive
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 backupbriefcase --config=D:\CLI.conf --path=D:/MC --recursive
|--path <path1, path2, ...>||This argument specifies a list of files and/or directories to be backed up. multiple paths are separated with ','. It is the user's responsibility to properly quote any file or folder name containing embedded whitespace or other special characters. If the optional --recursive option is specified, all specified folders will be backed up recursively. The use of relative paths is allowed and will be treated properly by the agent(this means that the agent will fully resolve any relative path into the correct absolute path and automatically compress any redundant path components).|
|[--recursive]||This argument specifies to set backup as recursive.|
|[--briefcase-dir <directory>]||Specifies the directory in briefcase where files will be uploaded. If it is not given files are sent to main briefcase directory.|
|[--path-separator <separator>]||Path separator of files and/or directories list. Default is ','.|
This command will print, during and after file sending, list of sent files, one line for each file (the full path will be shown).