Introduction and Purpose
With the Java and .NET SDKs, you can create applications that make use of Registry services and perform Registry operations. The SDKs come with numerous command-line tools that are useful to non-programmers for ad hoc actions or shell-scripted automations and also serve as programming examples for SDK usage, since they all come with full source code and documentation. With the command-line tools you can:
- Resolve EIDR IDs
- Examine object hierarchies
- Make queries about Content Records, Parties, and Video Service Providers
- Create and modify objects
- Manage relationships between objects
- Promote objects
- Delete objects
- Alias objects
Detailed instructions and examples for using the command-line tools are available in Command-Line Tools Overview, included in the Doc directory of the SDK installation package.
For more information, see Command-Line Tools Overview.
 Only applies to “in development” content records.