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Old 11-28-2007, 02:22 AM
BowToYourSensei BowToYourSensei is offline
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Default how do you send PT databases?

i'm a complete tard when it comes to PT and i need to ship my db. how do i go about doing this? plz lock if this is addressed and i'm just blind
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Old 11-28-2007, 02:51 AM
fozzy71 fozzy71 is offline
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Default Re: how do you send PT databases?

Utilities > Export HH's to File ............


Then ZIP up all text files - and e-mail or upload to hosting site.

Recipient then can unzip, and import the text files.

Pretty sure that is the normal method of sharing HH's.
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Old 11-28-2007, 01:05 PM
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Default Re: how do you send PT databases?

Actually, i think he wants to ship the DB itself, not the individual HHs. The method above will work fine, but will require you to RE-import all of the HHs, which u prob don't want to do.

Assuming ur using postGRES and not the outdated Access DBs, the answer is that u want to use the Utilities...PostgreSQL DB Functions... menu and select the DB you want, then click Backup. A 1M-hand DB will take around 45 mins to back up, and will result in a compressed file around 150 MB in size.

I then use AOL IM to transfer it, since that's the fastest method i've found -- takes around an hour to transfer it to the recipient over IM. Then the recipient 'expands' the compressed file using the same PT menu screen that u used to back up the DB, except he uses the "Restore" function. And voila.
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