Here’s just a trivial bit of script that builds a defined content package and pulls it from the server.
The curl part is pretty easy and didn’t take much after a brief look in Firebug (although I do miss a “copy as curl command” content menu entry in Firebug’s net panel ;-).
What was harder was to find a way to put a timestamp into a filename in a windows .bat file. I’m sure there are smarter ways to do this (including but not limited to installing bash ;-), but here’s what I came up with.
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Rem set group and package name as in package manager Set GROUP=packagegroup Set PACKAGE=packagename Set HOST=hostname Set CURRDATE=%TEMP%\CURRDATE.TMP Set CURRTIME=%TEMP%\CURRTIME.TMP DATE /T > %CURRDATE% TIME /T > %CURRTIME% Set PARSEARG="eol=; tokens=1,2,3,4* delims=/, " For /F %PARSEARG% %%i in (%CURRDATE%) Do SET YYYYMMDD=%%l%%k%%j Set PARSEARG="eol=; tokens=1,2,3* delims=:, " For /F %PARSEARG% %%i in (%CURRTIME%) Do Set HHMM=%%i%%j%%k Rem -k is only needed if you have a self-signed cert curl -k -u admin:admin -o backup-%YYYYMMDD%%HHMM%.html -F cmd=build https://%HOST%/etc/packages/%GROUP%/%PACKAGE%.zip/jcr:content.console.html curl -k -u admin:admin -o backup-%YYYYMMDD%%HHMM%.zip https://%HOST%/etc/packages/%GROUP%/%PACKAGE%.zip.res/%PACKAGE%.zip