Restore Deleted Documents

If you used a DREDELETEDOC action to delete documents from the IDOL Content component data index, you can use a DREUNDELETEDOC action (case sensitive) to restore some or all the individual documents that you deleted. You can restore documents only if you have not run a DRECOMPACT index action since they were deleted (DRECOMPACT permanently removes unused documents and space from the index).

http://ContentHost:indexPort/DREUNDELETEDOC?Docs=docIDs

where:

ContentHost is the IP address or host name of the machine on which the IDOL Content component is installed.
indexPort is the IDOL Content component index port (specified as IndexPort in the [Server] section of the IDOL Content component configuration file).
docIDs

is one or more individual document IDs or ranges of document IDs that specify deleted documents that you want to restore. Use one or a combination of the following two formats:

  • docID. Specify the IDs of one or more deleted documents. If you want to specify multiple document IDs, separate them with plus symbols (there must be no space before or after a plus symbol).

  • range=[min_docID,max_docID]. Enter the document ID of the first and last document in a range of deleted documents that you want to restore.

If you want to combine the formats, separate them with plus symbols (there must be no space before or after a plus symbol).

For example:

http://MyHost:20001/DREUNDELETEDOC?Docs=3+5+range=[7,10]

This action uses port 20001 to restore the documents with the DocIDs 3, 5, 7, 8, 9, and 10 to the IDOL Content component, which is located on a machine with the host name MyHost.


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