Restore (undelete) operation for deleted files or folders

Selection of restoring deleted resources in the context menu
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All resources like files and folders that were previously deleted from the virtual file system of OpenCms can now be restored, even if the deletion was published to the Online Project and the deleted resources are not visible anymore in the OpenCms Explorer view.

This operation can be executed on folders by clicking "Restore deleted" in the "Advanced" sub menu of a folders context menu.


Restoring resources

Restore dialog with selection of deleted resources
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The restore dialog shows all files or folders that were deleted in the selected folder, optionally all deleted subfolders can be restored.

The selected resources in the displayed list will be restored using the last saved Online version of the resource.

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