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Restoring the PostgreSQL database on Windows

Restoring the PostgreSQL database on Windows

Use the command
db_restore.bat
to restore the PostgreSQL database from a backup file.
To restore the PostgreSQL database file from a backup file, perform the following steps:
  1. Go to
    <Secure Agent installation directory>\apps\process-engine\data\db\util
    .
  2. Run the following command:
    db_restore.bat <dbusername> <dbpassword> <path to dump file>
    .
For example, you use the file
BackupFile1.dump
to restore the PostgreSQL database if you run the following command:
db_restore.bat bpeluser bpel "C:\postgre\backup\BackupFile1.dump"
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Updated August 03, 2020