You will require the latest Backup copy of the Master DB i.e. the MainDB its cache file i.e. the MainDB_cache, and the MS Access based Globodox DBs that you want to restore along with their linked folder which contains the File Store. Also see, Backup a MS Access based Globodox DB
To Restore a Backed-up MS Access based Globodox DB
|1.||Make sure Globodox is not running. |
|2.||Open the folder where Globodox Databases are located. This is usually the C:\Globodox Databases folder.|
|3.||Unzip the backed-up MainDB i.e. the MainDB.gxdb file and restore it in the folder in which Globodox Databases are stored.|
|4.||Unzip the backed-up MainDB_cache file and restore it in the folder in which Globodox Databases are stored.|
|5.||Now that you have restored the DB, you will now have to restore the DB's File Store i.e. its linked folder which contains the File Store.|
|6.||Unzip this backed up folder i.e. the MainDB folder that contains the File Store and add it to the folder where Globodox databases are stored. This is usually the C:\Globodox Databases folder.|
|7.||The DB is now restored and ready to use. Follow the same steps to restore other backed-up DB's|
|8.||Now, unzip the multi-user.gdx file and paste it in the ITAZ\Globodox folder created under the folder designated as the Common Application Data folder in your Windows installation. |
For Windows Vista/Windows 2008/Windows 7, this will be the C:\ProgramData\ITAZ\Globodox folder.
For Windows 2000/XP/2003 this will be C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\ITAZ\Globodox
The restore process may take some time depending on the size of the backed-up Globodox DB being restored.
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