Restore from Full Backup
Type in or use the button to specify the backup file from which the restore operation should be performed.
Specify the database into which you want to restore one from the source file.
New database (into database file)
Select this option to create a new database to restore the backup into.
This group allows you to define the host on which the new database will be located.
Specifies that the database to be created will reside on an existing (already registered) host. Use the Host name drop-down list to select the host for the new database.
Specifies that the database to be created will reside on a new host. If this option is selected, you will need to specify new host options at the next step. For details see Setting connection parameters, SSH tunneling parameters.
Existing database (into database)
Select this option to restore the backup into an existing (already registered) database. Select the necessary database from the drop-down list, and use the Login as group to specify the User name and Password to access the database.
Shutdown database before service start
Bring database online after service finished
Use local utilities
Select this option to restore the database using local utilities.
Select this option to use the server services for the restore operation.
Note: Restore of a database located on the Embedded host is only possible with local tools used. You need icudt30.dll, icuin30.dll, icuuc30.dll and fbembed.dll (fbembed.dll must be renamed to fbclient.dll) to be located along with gbak.exe file inside the directory specified in the Path to database utilities field on the Connection page of the Host Registration Info dialog.
Select this option to store the restore file on the local machine. This mode is available only when you select Use local utilities in the Execution mode group.
Select this option to store the restore file on the server machine.