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Selecting tables for restoring


Use this step of the wizard to select the tables to be restored using MySQL routines.

 

If you are restoring tables on a local host then this step looks the following way:

 

Restore Tables - Selecting tables

 

 

To select a table, you need to move it from the Available tables list to the Selected tables list. Use the Move all to Selected Move to Selected Move to Available Move all to Available buttons or drag-and-drop operations to move the tables from one list to another.

 

 

If you are restoring tables on a remote host then this step looks the following way:

 

Restore Tables - Inputting table names

 

 

Note: You can manually input the names of tables that do not exist in the database to restore (e.g. when restoring tables on a remote host).

 

To add a table name, type it in and click the iconPlus button to add it to the Tables to restore list.

To remove a table name, select it in the Tables to restore list and click the iconCross button.

To fill table names from the specified target database, click the iconAutoFillColumns button to call the Select tables... dialog.

 

Restore Tables - Inputting table names - Select tables

 

 

To load table names list from a text file, click the ExplorerButton button.

To save the Tables to restore list as a *.txt file, click the iconLogs_SaveLog button.

 

 

Click the Next button to proceed to the last step of the wizard.