In ZCM 10 the various file entries in a "bundle" are stored under the
directory /var/opt/novell/zenworks/content-repo/content (by default).

If I wanted to extract the content of any particular file how would I do
it? If I wanted to replace the contents of an individual file with new
contents how would I do it? I am thinking of this kind of stuff merely
from a support perspective: if something is going wrong it is nice to be
able to "look under the hood" and see what's going on. With ZEN 7 you can
simply rename a *.fil file prepared using snAppShot to it's original name
in order to confirm it is the same file as intended. This way it is easy
to replace a single aberrant DLL in a package. It would be nice to be
able to look at a bundle's component files in the database (which leads
me to the question of what tables to query etc?) and then copy the file
somewhere and extract it to confirm it is intact.

Does anyone have any ideas how to go about doing this? It'd be nice if
the files were e.g. an XML header portion with a gzipped tail for
instance. This would make scripted modification of the content feasible.

With this version of ZEN it will be hard to find out if there are
"orphaned" application files sat on the server using up valuable disk
space. Having knowledge of the database queries to run to check what
files are "owned" by a bundle as well as the ability to inspect/modify
the contents of individual files is important I believe.