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generateContent - Generate content for a specified Asset


generateContent --configFile config.conf {--url home|--assetID id}
[--styleId id]
[--toFile pathname]
[--userId id]

generateContent --help


This WebGUI utility script generates content for an Asset specified either by its URL or
its Asset ID. The content is sent to standard output or to a filename.

A particular WebGUI UserId can be specified as a viewer, in order to check whether the
content is correctly generated or not, being possible to specify any of the available
WebGUI styles to format the generated content.

--configFile config.conf
The WebGUI config file to use. Only the file name needs to be specified, since it will
be looked up inside WebGUI's configuration directory. This parameter is required.

--assetId id
Generate content for WebGUI's Asset identified by id. Either this parameter or --url
must be supplied.

--url url
Generate content for WebGUI's Asset located at url, which must be relative to the
server (e.g. /home instead of http://your.server/home). Either this parameter or
--assetID must be supplied.

--styleId id
Use the WebGUI style specified by the AssetID id. If left unspecified, it defaults to
using the Asset's default style.

--toFile pathname
Send generated content to the specified filename. If left unspecified, content is sent
to standard output.

--userId id
Set a specific WebGUI user to act as content viewer. If left unspecified, defaults to
1 (Visitor).

Shows this documentation, then exits.

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