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Backing up and Restoring SAP BusinessObjects


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For most BusinessObjects administrators the process of backing up BusinessObjects is a hands-off task. At most organizations, the server administration team is ultimately responsible for the management of the processes, leaving the BusinessObjects administrator with little day to day involvement. The BOBJ Administrator generally provides the requirements for the backup and simply trusts that the processes are managed by someone else. In general terms the backup processes require that the following components of BusinessObjects and the environment are backed up daily and at approximately the same time:

  • The Input File Repository Directory
  • The Output File Repository Directory
  • The CMS System Database and Audit Database
  • The Operating System’s registry or other configuration files (Most admins opt for a full server backup)
  • The SAP BusinessObjects Installation directory  (Most admins opt for a full server backup)
  • Any Java Web Application Server (Tomcat) custom settings

Assuming that all the above components are backed-up on…

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