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A corporation is a legal, independent entity and during the lifecycle, creates and accumulates lots of documents that must be kept for many reasons. This free application provides a means for keeping your corporate book in digital form using a JSON data store (https://www.npmjs.com/package/json-server) that is save in the user's home directory.
The actual corporate document is saved as BASE64 in the JSON file. A settings.json in the .corporatebook system directory can be modified to specify additional corporate-book-server urls.
# Command Line Arguments --host=[name or IP] =port=[port number] -server=true|false -noserver=true}false
when -server is true, turns on server-only mode and no electron UI is loaded. The server host and port are taken from the host and port command line parameters
when -noserver is true, the JSON server is not started and allows this instance to connect to a remote JSON server specified by the host and port command line parameters
Using an older PC with linux server (no desktop) to host the Corporate Book Server while connecting remotely using Corporate Book -noserver option.
# Data Backup to Private GIT Repository To ensure records are keep safe from system failure, a backup should be part of your company disaster and recovery plan. Since the acquisition of GITHUB.COM by Microsoft, GITHUB.COM now offers Free private repositories, whereas previously they were a paid add-on feature.
## Prerequisities SSH must be setup for your local machine, see https://docs.github.com/en/authentication/connecting-to-github-with-ssh
## Create a Private Repository on GITHUB.COM To create a private repository, select the Private radio button instead of the default Public,
## Clone your Private Repository Change to the user directory and then change into the hidden directory .corporatebook, if you have previously used the Corporate Book application.
If not previously used the Corporate Book application,
cd ~/home git clone email@example.com:`<username>`/`<repository name>`.git .corporatebook
If previously used the Corporate Book application,
cd ~/Home/.corporatebook git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:`<username>`/`<repository name>` cd`<repository name>` mv .git .. cd .. rm -frd`<repository name>`
## Create the Backup Script Create the following backup script
now=$(date '+%Y-%m-%d %H:%M:%S') if [[ `git status --porcelain` ]]; then # Changes git add . && git commit -m "$now" && git push else # No changes echo "No changes for $now" fi
Change status to executable,
sudo chmod +x checknpush.sh
Choose your Linux distribution to get detailed installation instructions. If yours is not shown, get more details on the installing snapd documentation.
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