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==Steps==
 
==Steps==
:1. Click the 3 dot button to select the location.<br>
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:1. Click the 3 dot button to select the location.
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[[File:File.Restore01.jpg|center]]
:2. Select the Backup file from the removable media such as tape or CD or path you keep the backup file.<br>
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:2. Select the Backup file from the removable media such as tape or CD or path you keep the backup file.
 
:3. Click Open.<br>
 
:3. Click Open.<br>
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:4. System will prompt for the Restore to Database Name. This you may let the as default (i.e. Let the system Auto assigned).<br>
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:4. System will prompt for the Restore to Database Name. This you may let the as default (i.e. Let the system Auto assigned).
:5. Click Ok to begin restore.<br>
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:5. Click Ok to begin restore.
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:6. Once finish restore you will see something like this below.<br>
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:6. Once finish restore you will see something like this below.
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[[File:File.Restore04.jpg|center]]
 
:7. Click Close to exit restore.
 
:7. Click Close to exit restore.
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==Video==
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* http://www.sql.com.my/document/SQLLink/Video-RestoreDB.zip

Latest revision as of 02:42, 27 May 2022

File | Restore Database...

Introduction

This function is to restore the database from backup up to the date of backup from removable media such as tape or CD.

Steps

1. Click the 3 dot button to select the location.
File.Restore01.jpg
2. Select the Backup file from the removable media such as tape or CD or path you keep the backup file.
3. Click Open.
File.Restore02.jpg
4. System will prompt for the Restore to Database Name. This you may let the as default (i.e. Let the system Auto assigned).
5. Click Ok to begin restore.
File.Restore03.jpg
6. Once finish restore you will see something like this below.
File.Restore04.jpg
7. Click Close to exit restore.

Video