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In a development or testing environment, it is sometimes favorable to restore the system to its default installation configuration. By having a backup configuration available, it is simple and easy to revert to a default configuration.
In a development or testing environment, one can revert to a default configuration if one has a backup configuration available to restore.
Creating a backup of the databases
|1. ||Immediately after a clean installation create a backup of the K2.net™ 2003 databases. The K2.net™ 2003 databases are "K2" and "K2Log".|
|2. ||Ensure that the K2.net™ 2003 Server Service is not running.|
|3. ||Make use of Microsoft SQL Server Enterprise Manager to make a backup of these 2 databases.|
|4. ||Store these backups in a safe place.|
Restoring the backup databases
|1. ||Stop the K2.net™ 2003 Server Service.|
|2. ||Make use of Microsoft SQL Server Enterprise Manager to restore the backup databases created previously.|
|3. ||Start the K2.net™ 2003 Server Service. The default installation configuration should now be available.|
|4. ||Export all your processes to K2.net™ 2003 Server.|
|Note: "WipeInst" and "WipeLog" stored procedures have been removed from post-SP1 releases of K2.net 2003.|