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Tag: Load

The Load action automates loading of a server and databases in single and multi-server applications and a single database in the case of single-database applications.

Syntax example for a Load action block when used in single-server and multi-server applications:

<Load Server="ACME01/ACME" Partial="True">
<Load Database="activity.nsf"/>
<Load Database="log4.nsf" Select="True"/>

Syntax example for a Load action block when used in single-database applications:<Load Server="ACME01/ACME" Database="testlog.nsf"/>

Tag Attributes

AttributesAttribute ValueValue DescriptionComment
ServerUser definableThe abbreviated server name of the server to loadMandatory
DatabaseUser definableThe database pathMandatory
LimitedToFoldersUser definableList of specific folders to load (separated by commas)Not-mandatory: only applicable within single-server and multi-server tools
PartialTrue/FalseSee detailed descriptionNot-mandatory: only applicable within single-server and multi-server tools
SelectTrue/FalseNot-mandatory: only applicable within single-server and multi-server tools

Detailed Description:

In single-server and multi-server applications:

A Load action script block allows you to specify both the server and a selection of databases

If the attribute Partial is set to True, only the databases in child Load actions will be loaded. The server will thus appear in blue in the Database tree, indicating partial loading. Otherwise, the entire server will be loaded and will appear in black in the Database tree.
Thus, the Partial attribute is only effective when databases are specified in child Load actions.

This line would select all files on the server ACME01/ACME:<Load Server="ACME01/ACME" Select="True"/>

In order to select specific folders use the LimitedToFolders attribute:

<Load Server="ACME01/ACME" Partial="False" LimitedToFolders="mail/domlog_old"/>

In single-database applications:

A Load action line allows you to specify a server/database file path. In these cases, the attribute Partial is not used.
The rest of the attributes function in the same way as in lines written for single-server and multi-server applications.