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Note: You are currently viewing documentation for Moodle 2.0. Up-to-date documentation for the latest stable version is available here: Course restore.

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  The actual restore process should be explained [[backup/restore|here]]
 
  The actual restore process should be explained [[backup/restore|here]]
  
Clicking on Restore, you will get transferred to the page with the list of the files you have backed up, the information of their sizes, the last time they were modified and the actions you can undertake with those files (you can unzip them, get a list of zipped files, restore or rename them).
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Clicking on Restore, you will get transferred to the page with the list of the files you have backed up, the information of their sizes, the last time they were modified and the actions you can undertake with those files (you can unzip them, get a list of zipped files, restore or rename them).
 
 
If you choose to restore any of the files, you will move to another page with the notice: "Later in this process you will have a choice of adding this backup to an existing course or creating a completely new course." Clicking Continue will transfer you to another page with the backup details, i.e. the list of activities you are going to restore. Clicking Continue will transfer you to another page, in which you will be given the choice of restoring the backup files to the current course with the addition of data to the course or with deleting first the current course.
 

Revision as of 19:58, 18 July 2005

Note for Contributors
This page should explain what can be seen on the moodlesite.com/files/index/backupdata.php page
just before starting the restore process

The actual restore process should be explained here

Clicking on Restore, you will get transferred to the page with the list of the files you have backed up, the information of their sizes, the last time they were modified and the actions you can undertake with those files (you can unzip them, get a list of zipped files, restore or rename them).