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We are planning to migrate from TDS to Sitecore CLI and I need to create module.json files following the existing TDS setup.

In one of the TDS .scproj, I see nodes like this:

<SitecoreItem Include="sitecore\content.item"><ItemDeployment>NeverDeploy</ItemDeployment><ChildItemSynchronization>NoChildSynchronization</ChildItemSynchronization></SitecoreItem>

There are two properties for each item - ItemDeployment and ChildItemSynchronization.

I would like to confirm the Sitecore CLI option equivalents for those.

TDS - ItemDeployment CLI - allowedPushOperations
NeverDeploy ???
DeployOnce CreateOnly
??? CreateAndUpdate
AlwaysUpdate CreateUpdateAndDelete
TDS - ChildItemSynchronization CLI - scope
NoChildSynchronization SingleItem
KeepAllChildrenSynchronized ItemAndDescendants
??? ItemAndChildren
??? DescendantsOnly

Could you please confirm if what I have mapped is correct.
Also, what should be considered for the missing ??? cases.

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Sukesh, I have not used TDS much. So I will be answering SCS part of your question.

TDS - ItemDeployment > NeverDeploy

If you want to ignore a specific node in SCS, you can make use of rules

Example, If you wish to ignore Contact Node under Home -

        {
            "name": "Home",
            "path": "/sitecore/content/Home",
            "rules": [
                {
                    "path": "/sitecore/content/Home/Contact",
                    "scope": "ignored"
                }
            ]
        }

Hope this helps !

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Here you can find the Sitecore CLI option equivalents for TDS.

TDS - ItemDeployment CLI - allowedPushOperations
NeverDeploy Ignored
DeployOnce CreateOnly
No Equivalent Option Available CreateAndUpdate
AlwaysUpdate CreateUpdateAndDelete
TDS - ChildItemSynchronization CLI - scope
NoChildSynchronization SingleItem
KeepAllChildrenSynchronized ItemAndDescendants
KeepDirectDescendantsSynchronized ItemAndChildren
No Equivalent Option Available DescendantsOnly

Hope this helps!

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