I’m using Tamino 184.108.40.206 on WindowsXP.
I’m trying to implement a command line backup for my Tamino server. I am issuing the following command:
argbatch backup database product=“Tamino
” database=Beta backuplocation_0=C:\temp
However, the following error is thrown while processing and I have no clue as to what it is referring to. Please advise:
Error: (INODSE1386) At least 1 character(s) required (2003-07-09 10:17:31)
you have found a strange error message here!
I think that an error is occurring because the value specified for backuplocation_0 (i.e. C:\temp) is a directory, not a location in the Tamino sense.
Please explore the following path in the System Management Hub:
-> Tamino -> Databases -> Beta -> Locations -> Backup Location
When you click on the “Backup Location” element in the tree, the names of the valid backup locations will be displayed in the right-hand pane.
Specifying the appropriate location name as the value of backuplocation_0 should do the trick.
I hope that helps!
may we also recommend that you upgrade to Tamino 4.1.4.
In this version, you get:
>argbatch backup database product=“Tamino” database=welcome_4_1_4 backuplocation_0=C:\temp
Command started at: 2003-07-10 11:30:46
Running for product Tamino 220.127.116.11 on target node pchsg.eur.ad.sag.
Error: (INOAAE0155) Unknown location ‘C:\temp’ (2003-07-10 11:30:46)
Command ended at: 2003-07-10 11:30:46
which clearly indicated the usage problem Trevor has explained
Thanks guys. That’s what I needed to know. Works like a champ now.