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    Backup of DejaCloud data

    Hi,

    Is it possible to make a backup of the DejaCloud data ?

    Of course I know how to make a backup of Outlook or of the file Companionlink.db but sometimes it could
    be useful to have a backup of the DejaCloud data.

    Thank you for your help,

    Daniel

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    Daniel,

    Thanks for the reminder. Currently there is no export/download for DJOL data. We had an agenda item to add a report writer in 2014. Unfortunately the programmer that handles DJOL has been busy with Google Calendar API v3 since August. Google decided that what worked was too old (6 years0, so they forced us to switch to a new API.

    That's done, and I'll put this on the 2014 list. For now, the best way to get a backup is to grab the Android database.
    http://www.companionlink.com/support...droid_database


    Another way to do this is to email it. A backup is emailed when you send a log. So go to DejaOffice, Logging and Support settings, Send Log, and email it to yourself. The attached file will be the database.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DJOCTO View Post
    Daniel,

    Thanks for the reminder. Currently there is no export/download for DJOL data. We had an agenda item to add a report writer in 2014. Unfortunately the programmer that handles DJOL has been busy with Google Calendar API v3 since August. Google decided that what worked was too old (6 years0, so they forced us to switch to a new API.

    That's done, and I'll put this on the 2014 list. For now, the best way to get a backup is to grab the Android database.
    http://www.companionlink.com/support...droid_database


    Another way to do this is to email it. A backup is emailed when you send a log. So go to DejaOffice, Logging and Support settings, Send Log, and email it to yourself. The attached file will be the database.
    Thank you for your answer.

    Daniel

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