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Wednesday 19 October 2011 6:38:34 pm - 6 replies

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This is only a tip, nowadays better tools could do the job in my opinion. Here we go.

Wednesday 19 October 2011 6:56:42 pm

Useful tip Philippe, thanks !

Could you add "tip" in the tags list ?

Cheers,

Wednesday 19 October 2011 7:55:19 pm

done sir happy.gif Emoticon

Wednesday 19 October 2011 9:32:55 pm

Brilliant tip Philippe!

Not enough people in the community really understand how powerful the package system truely is today.

I personally love importing/installing packages from the commandline, have for years.

I hope this encourages others to expand their experiances with eZ Publish and attempt to install packages from the commandline. Hint, it's faster blunk.gif Emoticon

Thanks again!

Cheers,

Heath

Thursday 20 October 2011 10:12:14 am

done sir happy.gif Emoticon

Nice happy.gif Emoticon

Helps spotting all other tips : http://share.ez.no/content/keyword/tip

Cheers,

Monday 05 December 2011 10:42:05 am

Hi,

I think there's a missing argument on the import command line:

php ezpm.php -s <siteaccess> --debug=all import <my_directory/my_package>-<version_number>.ezpkg

Monday 05 December 2011 11:35:21 am

Hi,

I think there's a missing argument on the import command line:

php ezpm.php -s <siteaccess> --debug=all import <my_directory/my_package>-<version_number>.ezpkg

correct. Forget "import". I ll correct that. Thanks happy.gif Emoticon

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