Closes the connection to the database.
This command switches the Template Engine from the import phase to the export phase. However, it does not publish anything.
Returns the value of a system parameter.
Sets up a connection to the database.
This command initiates a complete export cycle.
The command deletes all cached user data.
Decodes the specified base64-encoded binary string.
Decodes a base64-encoded string and writes it to a file.
Decodes a base64-encoded UTF-8 string.
This command base64-encodes a string.
Loads a file and returns its contents as a base64-encoded string.
The command removes unwanted tags and tag attributes from a main content.
Returns the commands registered on the server.
All versions of all files are reindexed. This procedure can only be used if the Search Engine Server has been integrated into the system and is running.
The procedure returns information about tasks.
The procedure returns information about a group’s tasks.
Returns information about a user’s tasks.
Returns the contents of a file.
Returns the contents of a text file.
This command writes a message to the log file.
This command writes a warning message to the log file.
Terminates a connection with the Content Management Server.
This command returns a list of news file IDs.
Returns the current time in the 14-place canonical format.
The command returns the data stored under a ticket ID in the Content Management Server as a base64-encoded string.
The command saves the data stored under a ticket ID in the Content Management Server in a file.
The command decodes a base64-encoded string and streams it to the Content Management Server so that other applications or scripts can fetch it.
This command streams the contents of a file to the Content Management Server.
The command allows a super user to execute a command under a different login.
Returns the current date in the 14-place canonical format.
Retrieves a string from the localizers system configuration entry, localized in the user’s language.
Returns the login of the current user.
Stores data to a file. The data can be binary.
Stores text data to a file.