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  • Import/Export and Backup/Restore is useless, ????

    An upgrade crashed SC8.1. I did a complete install for latest version in CentOS 7.

    At first I found that I cannot restore either project or user backup, it always return "Content Encoding Error".

    rr give me advice and suggest the following:

    1: make a small project in your newly installed scriptcase
    2: backup the project
    3: make a full backup
    4: remove the project from scriptcase
    5: restart scriptcase
    6: restore the full backup and see what happens
    7: if that fails remove the projects again from sc
    8: restore the project from step 2 and see what happens.

    It still doesn't work and return "Content Encoding Error" during restore.

    For test I try to restore the backup just created on step 2 and 3. It don't display error but hang on the "Loading" pop up.

    So, I assume the project export/import and user backup/restore in SC8.1 is completely failed ??

    I'm not asking individual application, but the system provided project export and user backup.

    The backup files can completely extracted, is there a way I can manually restore the projects ?

    Regards,

    Almond Wong

  • #2
    I don't experience similar issues. I use SC 8.1.038.

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    • #3
      Can't verify eather. We've been using these functions a lot. But it looks like a code-set issue as we (rr and I) are not working on Centos but Windows server.
      Albert Drent
      aducom software netherlands
      scriptcase partner, reseller, support and (turn-key) development
      www.scriptcase.eu / www.scriptcase.nl

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      • #4
        Originally posted by aducom View Post
        Can't verify eather. We've been using these functions a lot. But it looks like a code-set issue as we (rr and I) are not working on Centos but Windows server.
        Agreed, we are also using Windows for development.

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        • #5
          Linux is supported by SC and I consider backup/restore is the most basic features for a development tools.

          The backup/restore procedure is executed on the same machine after a new install.

          So, SC's support on Linux is very poor, as the most basic features is completely fail.

          Please advice any method to restore the backup file/s.

          Regards,

          Almond Wong

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          • #6
            Please advice any method to restore the backup file/s.

            Regards,

            Almond Wong

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