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Memory Service

Recreate the current session by saving all variables in memory, then re-loading them later

Saving the current session

At any point in a scripting or CLI session, you can save the current state of all the variables using the following syntax: ``js save ${memory:location/"name"}

For example, to save to a local file named session.json in the /temp directory:
save ${memory:"/temp/session.json"}

Loading a saved session

To load a saved session, you need to do the following:


The returned var is ignored and the entire memory is replaced with the saved session

For example, to retrieve the session.json memory from the /temp directory: