Restore Model for Selective Recovery of Model Objects (Restore Wizard) - Intergraph Smart 3D - Administration

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3D Design and Visualization
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Intergraph Smart 3D
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Administration
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10.1(2014R1)

This page displays when you select Restore model for selective recovery of model objects on the Restore Wizard page.

Restore Ship for Selective Recovery does not support selective recovery of marine and material handling model objects.

Backup configuration file to restore

Specifies the location of the .bcf containing configuration information for your database backup files. Click Browse (...) to navigate to the appropriate location.

When you are running Oracle on Linux, the .bcf file must be on a Windows-based computer.

Models to restore

Displays the name, database size, and date of backup for all models saved in the backup defined in the selected .bcf file. The list displays after you select the .bcf file. You can select one model to restore.

Server and path to existing database backup files

Displays the server and location of the database .dat backup files. Specify the path, and then click Browse (...) to navigate to the location. This option displays only when you are restoring a SQL database.

Service and path to existing database backup files

Displays the Oracle net service and location of the database .dmp backup files. You must type the Linux path. The Browse (...) feature is not available for navigation to Linux locations. This option displays only when you are restoring an Oracle database.

  • When you are using an Oracle database on Linux, the backup file must be located on the Linux server where the Oracle service is running.

  • The account used to run Oracle must have write permission to the backup location.

  • Linux is a case-sensitive environment. Make sure that you use the correct case when typing the path for the database backup in the database backup utility.

Paths for new databases

Specifies the server/service and locations of the model databases and log files that you want to restore. If you select multiple models, the software restores all databases of the same type to the same server and to the same database path and log path.

Type - Specifies the database type you want to restore. You must restore the catalog database before restoring model databases.

Server - Specifies the server for the restored databases. Only registered SQL servers appear in the list. The default is the server from which the backup was made, as defined in the .bcf file. This option displays only when you are restoring a SQL database.

Service - Specifies the Oracle net service connection for the restored databases. This option displays only when you are restoring an Oracle database.

Database Name - Specifies the restored model and catalog database names.

Database Path - Displays the database default path on the selected server. Click Browse (...) to define another location.

Log Path - Displays the database default path on the selected server/service. Click Browse (...) to define another location. This option displays only when you are restoring a SQL database.

Data and Index Tablespace Path - Displays the database default path on the selected service. Click Browse (...) to define another location. This option displays only when you are restoring an Oracle database.

New model name

Displays the restored model name, with the date of the backup appended, as it displays in Smart 3D. You can type a different name, which is especially useful for partial recovery at satellite locations.

The name of the model database is defined in Database Name.

Description

Specifies a description of the restored model.

Finish

Restores the databases.