Bullhorn Back Office Backup

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jasonclamb
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Bullhorn Back Office Backup

Post by jasonclamb » Wed Nov 08, 2017 11:14 pm

Is there any information on how to extract the Bullhorn Back Office backup?
I have restored the mySQL Backup - no issue.
I also have a bunch of zip files in a folder called company.timesheetsareeasy.com\databaseBackup\xx.zip where xx is a two digit number, 01-25.

extracting each of the xx.zip files gives me 25 different backup.sql files that are binary files.
What kind of files are those? How can they be converted into a usable format?

apsmith
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Re: Bullhorn Back Office Backup

Post by apsmith » Thu Nov 09, 2017 10:56 am

Jason,

Can you please send this question to support so that we can address the issue via the support ticketing system.
Andrew Smith
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