BackupBuddy Server Information: Advanced: Database Mass Text Replacement

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==Replace==
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=Performing Database Mass Text Replacement=
This is the text you want to be searched for and replaced. Everything in the box is considered one match and may span multiple lines.
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==With==
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When replacing a site address, consider there may be more than one URL (i.e. <code><nowiki>http://site.com</nowiki></code>; <code><nowiki>http://www.site.com</nowiki></code>, <code><nowiki>https://site.com</nowiki></code>, etc.).
Text you want to replace with. Any text found matching the box above will be replaced with this text. Everything in the box is considered one match and may span multiple lines.
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#Enter the “Replace” text. Everything in the box is considered one match and may span multiple lines.
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#Enter the “With” text. Any text found matching the “replace” text will be replaced with this text. Everything in the box is considered one match and  
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may span multiple lines.
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#Make the “in table(s)” selection: [All tables; with prefix; single]
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#Click Begin Replacement. Caution: This cannot be undone. Serialized data is handled by this replacement.
  
 
=See also=
 
=See also=

Revision as of 16:40, August 8, 2013

The Advanced: Database Mass Text Replacement is a tool available on the Tools page of the BackupBuddy Server Information page.

Warning: This is an advanced feature. Use with caution; improper use may result in data loss.


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Performing Database Mass Text Replacement

When replacing a site address, consider there may be more than one URL (i.e. http://site.com; http://www.site.com, https://site.com, etc.).

  1. Enter the “Replace” text. Everything in the box is considered one match and may span multiple lines.
  2. Enter the “With” text. Any text found matching the “replace” text will be replaced with this text. Everything in the box is considered one match and

may span multiple lines.

  1. Make the “in table(s)” selection: [All tables; with prefix; single]
  2. Click Begin Replacement. Caution: This cannot be undone. Serialized data is handled by this replacement.

See also


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