The File Commit operation clears pending File changes from its encapsulating operation list. This occurs internally within UNIFYNow.
There are no explicit requirements to use this operation.
The File Commit operation is a paired operation. It should be used to notify the File Changes operation, in the same operation list, that changes have been resolved.
As it is a commit operation, it should be at the very end of an operation list, to ensure changes are not committed until they have been successfully retrieved.
Success / Failure Results
A success response will always be returned by the File Commit operation.
The only explicit configuration settings required by the File Commit operation are those shared by all standard operations. Its utility comes from the configuration of its paired File Changes operation.
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