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{{Course admin}}
 
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Courses can be restored from a backup made by Moodle.  Course backups are stored in the '''backupdata''' folder within the [[Files|course files]] folder. There is a link next to every course backup that says restore.  Each version of Moodle has its own slightly different process for restoring.  Generally speaking a backup maybe restored several ways.  It can
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Courses can be restored from a backup made by Moodle.  Course backups are usually stored in the '''backupdata''' folder within the [[Files|course files]] folder. There is a link next to every course backup that says restore.  Each version of Moodle has its own slightly different process for restoring.  Generally speaking a backup maybe restored several ways.  It can
 
*Copy over the data in any course, or
 
*Copy over the data in any course, or
 
*Add the backup to any course, or   
 
*Add the backup to any course, or   
 
*Create a new course that is a duplicate,
 
*Create a new course that is a duplicate,
 
*Offers option to include student data and/or course files.   
 
*Offers option to include student data and/or course files.   
 
These options appear with most versions of Moodle as part of the backup- restore process.
 
  
 
The backup and restore process is a common way of moving or, copying specific courses from one Moodle to another.   
 
The backup and restore process is a common way of moving or, copying specific courses from one Moodle to another.   
  
In Version 1.6 and onward, it is possible to backup or restore specific course resources and activities. For example, it is possible to backup the entire course, then restore only Lesson 1 with student data, Lesson 4 without student data and a forum with student data, to a new or existing course.   
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{{Moodle 1.6}}Version 1.6 and later offers more options in the backup and restore process. [[Backup restore]] has a more detailed descrition of the 1.6 process.  It is possible to backup and/or restore specific course resources and activities. For example, a teacher can backup the entire course, then restore only Lesson 1 with student data, Lesson 4 without student data and a forum with student data, to a new or existing course.   
  
 
==See also==
 
==See also==
  
 
*[[Backup restore]]
 
*[[Backup restore]]
*[[Roll courses forward]]
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*[[Roll courses forward]
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[[Category:Teacher]]
 
[[Category:Teacher]]

Revision as of 19:08, 4 October 2006

Template:Course admin Courses can be restored from a backup made by Moodle. Course backups are usually stored in the backupdata folder within the course files folder. There is a link next to every course backup that says restore. Each version of Moodle has its own slightly different process for restoring. Generally speaking a backup maybe restored several ways. It can

  • Copy over the data in any course, or
  • Add the backup to any course, or
  • Create a new course that is a duplicate,
  • Offers option to include student data and/or course files.

The backup and restore process is a common way of moving or, copying specific courses from one Moodle to another.

Template:Moodle 1.6Version 1.6 and later offers more options in the backup and restore process. Backup restore has a more detailed descrition of the 1.6 process. It is possible to backup and/or restore specific course resources and activities. For example, a teacher can backup the entire course, then restore only Lesson 1 with student data, Lesson 4 without student data and a forum with student data, to a new or existing course.

See also