With MLCP 1.3-1, you can now specify the database that you want to interact with. In the past, if you didn't already have an XDBC app server pointing to your target database, you'd have to set one up so that MLCP could run import, export, or copy operations there. Not any more -- now with the "-database" option, you can specify which database you want to work with.
Even better, with the Enhanced HTTP Server on port 8000, you don't even need to set up an XDBC app server. Out of the box, I can do this:
$ mlcp.sh export -host localhost -port 8000 -username admin -password admin -database Documents -output_file_path docs $ mlcp.sh export -host localhost -port 8000 -username admin -password admin -database Modules -output_file_path modules
More Data Types
The updated MLCP also helps you with new data types.