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Move/Copy nodes

Move/Copy nodes

Move/Copy nodes

Hi guys,

Im java testing with CS 10.5 version with move/copy methods (copyNode and moveNode).

are there these methods in previous versions of LL for the java programming language?
these methods drag the documentation of the directories / subdirectories contained and their permissions / categories..right?

Thanks in advance.

RE: Move/Copy nodes

"these methods drag the documentation of the directories / subdirectories contained and their permissions / categories..right?"

What do you mean?

If there is a Folder with 10 Folders and each folder having a Subfolder would the copy look like the same -YES
If there is content inside one of these folders would the copy look the same -YES

Node has a property called metadata that is all the categories/attributes on the node.I would try it with java to make sure permissions etc come because many
livelink settings can alter the permissions inheritance etc.

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