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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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*Copy over the data in any course, or
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*Add the backup to any course, or 
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*Create a new course that is a duplicate. 
  
==Backupdata==
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These 3 options appear with most versions of Moodle as part of the restore process.
  
Course backups are stored in the '''backupdata''' folder within the [[Files|course files]] folder.
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The backup and restore process is a common way of moving or, copying specific courses from one Moodle to another.  
  
 
==See also==
 
==See also==

Revision as of 19:06, 30 June 2006

Template:Course admin Courses can be restored from a backup made by Moodle. Course backups are 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.

These 3 options appear with most versions of Moodle as part of the restore process.

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

See also