Multiple Project Backup/Restore?

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    Is there a way to backup & restore multiple projects at once? I can't find any way so I assume there is not: can it be added in a future realease? Multiple backups would be with the default file name, we would just need to define backup directory.
    Can we make this so?
     
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    You can either backup an individual project (as you already know) or *every* project.

    To backup every project select "File|Backup Local Project Repository" in the Toolkit menus.

    This creates a .CBZ file which is a single archive of all the project. This operation can only be performed on the locally installed C-Gate.
     
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    i understand the local repository backup proceedure but we have a need to to restore multiple projects on another pc/laptop than what they were created on.
    We normally backup an individual project to a common folder & when needed we restore from the common folder into different toolkit. We typically need to do this to 6-12 projects at a time - would be nice to mulitple select projects to backup/restore at once without doing the whole repository.
    Cheers
     
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    Hi Jay,

    Sorry, I did understand that this is what you wanted. I guess I was confirming that this wasn't possible ... but I wasn't being very clear about it.

    I have added this feature request to the issue traking database item #7842.
     
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