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We may have deleted a number of fexes...or accidently copied to another folder. Is there a simple way to search an environment for a particular file name?This message has been edited. Last edited by: FP Mod Chuck,
From the web interface under the drop down for your log in there is an option to use the Legacy Home Page. Then you can right mouse click on the Domains folder and there is a search option. For the reporting server the best way is to get directly on the system and use the search tool of your choice. I need to research automating the daily export but I think there is a way. I will get back to you on that.
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Chuck Wolff - Focal Point Moderator WebFOCUS 7x and 8x, Windows, Linux All output Formats
Posts: 2127 | Location: Customer Support | Registered: April 12, 2005
So, we were told our TEST and DEV are backed up daily...no weekly or monthly snapshot is kept. Does it work this way at your organization? So files were relatively newly developed stuff - not in production --was deleted late in the day yesterday...unknowingly. The next day (today) we realized the fexes were gone, but since there were not there last night, they could not be restored by our IS team...
What we now want to do is the equivalent of: 1) Create a new Export file (usually done by Right Click and provide an export name) We of course would like the name somehow automatically assigned by the 'automated process'.
2) We would drag our root Domain into the export and create a package.
3) We would like they export creation process to be able to be scheduled and run at a set time each day...perhaps via Report Caster?