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Have you ever had that life-altering experience where you deleted an important file and immediately regretted deleting it? The deed is usually followed by a palm to the forehead or a sick feeling. Good news! Liferay Portal is here to turn that frown upside down with the Recycle Bin feature. With the Recycle Bin, the Move to the Recycle Bin action replaces Delete for certain asset types. Content is now temporarily stored in the Recycle Bin. This allows the content to be restored back to its original state. Recycled items can expire after a certain period of time, resulting in their permanent deletion. Before diving into how the Recycle Bin works, you’ll look at how to configure it.

Configuring the Recycle Bin

The Recycle Bin supports instance-wide scope or site-specific scope. The instance-wide scope of the Recycle Bin is set by adding the trash.enabled property to your portal-ext.properties file. By...

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Using the Recycle Bin

The Recycle Bin is temporary storage where assets go when you delete them. You can recycle several different types of assets: Blogs Bookmarks Documents and Media Message Boards (and attachments)...

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Recycle Bin Intelligence and Support

Have you ever wondered what happens to file shortcuts if their linked assets are recycled? What if you restore a file that has the same name as another file currently stored in your site/instance?...

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