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OSCAR - ARCHIVE FUNCTION QUESTION
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OSCAR - ARCHIVE FUNCTION QUESTION
Gentlemen and Ladies,

Is there a method of archive OSCAR data?

If not, is there any plan to develop an archive/retrieval process under "Tools" that would allow you to archive/retrieve the selected patient's data (by patient;all; by date range, selectable destination/source) or alternatively, a backup/restore function  (along with any re-indexing if required) -- both really the same code with different nomenclature? And, later an enhancement which would allow the archive to be automatically zipped?

Steve
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RE: OSCAR - ARCHIVE FUNCTION QUESTION
(08-14-2019, 02:37 PM)srlevine1 Wrote: Gentlemen and Ladies,

Is there a method of archive OSCAR data?

If not, is there any plan to develop an archive/retrieval process under "Tools" that would allow you to archive/retrieve the selected patient's data (by patient;all; by date range, selectable destination/source) or alternatively, a backup/restore function  (along with any re-indexing if required) -- both really the same code with different nomenclature? And, later an enhancement which would allow the archive to be automatically zipped?

Steve

No, there is no archive capability built in.  All of your data is in the OSCAR data folder (by default, OSCAR_Data but you may have chosen a different folder or have multiple folders).

All you have to do is to archive that folder.  For that matter, you could archive a single profile, remove it, and then restore it later and OSCAR would be fine with your doing that.
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RE: OSCAR - ARCHIVE FUNCTION QUESTION
OSCAR archives your SD card by default in a folder in the OSCAR_Data called 'Backup'. From there you can always reload your data. All the other things can be lost and reinstalled, but you should always keep the data in Backup. So make a backup of this folder...!
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