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Is there a way to delete all the objects in the persistent state database via script ?
You need a input file called reset.xml with the content
<?xml version=”1.0″ encoding=”UTF-8″?>
In the above example you have to adjust the path to your service. The working directory must be in the directory where the file reset.xml is.
Windows: c:E2E_BRIDGE_DATAbridge_PurchaseOrderExamplebine2ecommand.bat c:E2E_BRIDGE_PROG < reset.xml
c:E2E_BRIDGE_DATAbridge_PurchaseOrderExamplebine2ecommand.bat c:E2E_BRIDGE_PROG < reset.xml
Unix: /opt/e2e_bridge_data/bridge_PurchaseOrderExample/bin/e2ecommand.sh /opt/e2e_bridge_prog < reset.xml If everything went fine you get the answer
/opt/e2e_bridge_data/bridge_PurchaseOrderExample/bin/e2ecommand.sh /opt/e2e_bridge_prog < reset.xml
<?xml version=”1.0″ encoding=”utf-8″?> <PState><Status>OK</Status></PState>
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