Via the CLI, there any way to overwrite a previously created document with an updated version of that document?
I know I could delete the document and then re-create it, but then, the original document ends up in the Trash folder, and if I reference the document after that via the CLI, I have to use its UUID and not its name, since both the original and the new document are shown as existing. This adds a lot of complexity to what, in my opinion, should be nothing more than a simple overwrite operation.
If I could empty the Trash via the CLI, I could then do the following:
(1) delete the original document via the CLI
(2) re-create the updated document by name via the CLI
(3) empty the Trash via the CLI
But step (3) seems to be impossible (see my other recent message here about this topic).
Any ideas of how I could overwrite a document via the CLI without this level of complexity?
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