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Dave Barnes updated GEODE-4737:
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    Description: 
Some new gfsh commands can take a JSON spec. Examples include `alter region 
--entry-idle-time-custom-expiry` and `create region --cache-listener`.

Add a general description of the syntax to the gfsh section of the manual so 
individual command-reference entries can point to a centralized explanation, 
rather than repeating the syntax details each time.

One developer has requested that we state that the JSON parser recognizes 
double quotes as well as single quotes. Some JSON parsers accept only single 
quotes.

  was:
Some new gfsh commands can take a JSON spec. Examples include `alter region 
--entry-idle-time-custom-expiry` and `create region --cache-listener`.

Add a general description of the syntax to the gfsh section of the manual so 
individual command-reference entries can point to a centralized explanation, 
rather than repeating the syntax details each time.

One developer has requested that we state that the JSON parser recognizes 
double quotes as well as single quotes. Some JSON parsers only handle single 
quotes.


> User Guide: Describe addition of JSON specs to gfsh commands
> ------------------------------------------------------------
>
>                 Key: GEODE-4737
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/GEODE-4737
>             Project: Geode
>          Issue Type: Improvement
>          Components: docs
>            Reporter: Dave Barnes
>            Priority: Major
>
> Some new gfsh commands can take a JSON spec. Examples include `alter region 
> --entry-idle-time-custom-expiry` and `create region --cache-listener`.
> Add a general description of the syntax to the gfsh section of the manual so 
> individual command-reference entries can point to a centralized explanation, 
> rather than repeating the syntax details each time.
> One developer has requested that we state that the JSON parser recognizes 
> double quotes as well as single quotes. Some JSON parsers accept only single 
> quotes.



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