- The Across Language Server
- Across Standard Components
- Across Access Modes
- Installation Scenarios
- Installation of the Microsoft SQL Server
- Customer Product Key and Product Activation
- Across Support and Across Services
- Across SDK
- The Toolbox: Useful Tools for Across
- Across Server
- crossTerm Server
- crossTank Server
- crossVPN Server
- crossVPN Proxy
- crossAPI SI
- crossTerm Web
- Setting up Across Modes
- Generating crossGrid Certificates
- Creating Generic Softkeys
- Changing the Across Database User
- Defragmenting Database Files
- Running a Backup
- Automatic Client Update
- Windows Authentication
- Reference: Menus in crossAdmin
- crossTank Performance Counter
- SQL Server Optimization
- Integration in Other Programs
- Web-based Components with HTTPS
- E-Mail Transmission in Across
- Integration Into the Network
Running a Backup
Across Language Server Backup
The Across Language Server data can be backed up in various ways, especially e.g. by means of Microsoft SQL Server maintenance plans.
When backing up data, however, always make sure to at least include the data of all three Across databases (Across Server, crossTank, and crossTerm), as the crossTank and crossTerm databases are related to the database of the Across Server.
For information on backing up data with the Microsoft SQL Server, please consult the documentation provided by Microsoft.
Across Clients Backup
Clients in LAN (without the crossWAN load function) should not be backed up because the data are stored not locally but directly on the Across Language Server.
Clients with crossWAN load function can upload their tasks to the Across Server(s) or carry out a backup of the database in order to save the current tasks. The Toolbox features the TEBackupRestoreTool for performing the backup. You can find this tool in the subdirectory \Toolbox\ of the Across folder (e.g. C:\Program Files\Across).