The < server > node represents an installed server in the IBM Lotus Quickr service. All actions performed on a server are executed from within the server node hierarchy. The server node is contained within the < service> node.
You cannot perform actions on any server other than the server from where the XML is executing. If you want to perform actions on other servers in the service, you must execute the XML on each of the other servers.
The < server > node supports the following named attributes:
<SERVER local="true"> </SERVER>
Values: "true" | "false" - Specifies whether or not the server is local to the executing XML script. XML must run on the local server. You must use either this attribute or the < hostname > element to specify the server that the XML will run on.
The < server > node supports the following named elements:
The < hostname > element is used by the server node to specify the host name that the script is executing on. The name used should be an IP address or DNS resolvable host name. The name must be the name of the local server the script is being executed on.
This element is required if local="true" attribute is not specified or equals "false".
The < server > node supports the following named actions:
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