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Backing up data in JAVADB

 
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Hi,

I don't know if i am in the right forum. But all the same i need help. I am using netbeans 7.1 to write my application and Java database (embedded driver) as my data store.
the problem i am facing is how to make a periodic backup of all the data that has been stored in the database so far. I have no idea where to start
I appreciate your help


Thank you.
 
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Don't know myself; maybe this tutorial or this one will help. I couldn't find backup with ctrl‑F however.

I shall try duplicating this question in our databases forum.
 
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