To archive a project or to transfer it to another environment, you must first download it into your file system using the DownloadProject command, which allows you to download projects together with any required working or training batches.
By default, the DownloadProject command will download a project without any working batches but with all the training batches (no images will be downloaded, however). You can use additional command parameters to select which batches to download. The types of the downloaded batches will be preserved and they will be saved to their respective folders.
To upload a project to the server, use the UploadProject command.
The path to a project on the local machine or on a server.
If you specify a server but specify no project, all the projects available on the server will be downloaded.
The local directory where the project will be saved.
If multiple projects are downloaded, multiple subdirectories will be created in this directory, one for each project.
|/Server||Optional||The server with the projects that you want to download.|
If no user name is specified, Windows authentication will be used.
|/Cert||Optional||Certificate thumbprint used for mutual SSL authentication. This key is used to pass an encoded certificate hash for a server with Mutual SSL installed as a string.|
Downloads training batches.
The parameters may have any of the following values:
The default value is All.
|/CopyBatches||Flag||Downloads all the working batches regardless of the batch IDs specified in the /BatchIds parameter. The working batches are downloaded together with their images.|
|/CopyTrainingSamples||Flag||Downloads the contents of the training batches.|
|/BatchIds||Optional||The IDs of the batches to be downloaded.|
Note: To download only specific working or training batches, specify their ID in the /BatchIds parameter. If the /BatchesIds parameter is used in conjunction with the /CopyBatches or /CopyTrainingBatches parameter, all the working or training batches with the specified values are downloaded, regardless of the IDs specified in the /BatchIds parameter.
Example of use:
DownloadProject /Source="https://FCSRV/1/SingleEntryPoint" /Target=D:\Projects /CopyTrainingBatches=none /BatchIds=1,2,3 /U=user /P=password – Downloads a project with the specified batches (training and classifier batches are downloaded without their images).
DownloadProject /Source="https://FCSRV/1/SingleEntryPoint" /Target=D:\Projects /CopyTrainingBatches=none /BatchIds=1,2,3 /CopyTrainingSamples /U=user /P=password – Downloads a project with the specified batches (training and classifier batches are downloaded together with their images).
DownloadProject /Server=https://FCSRV /Target=D:\Projects /CopyTrainingBatches=LayoutOnly /BatchIds=2,3,7954 /U=user /P=password – Downloads a project with all the field extraction training batches (without their images) and with the specified working or classifier batches.
DownloadProject /Source="https://FCSRV/1/SingleEntryPoint" /Target=D:\Projects /CopyTrainingBatches=All /CopyTrainingSamples /U=user /P=password – Downloads a project with all the training batches (together with their images).
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