This article will help you migrate from ADSelfService Plus 32-bit version to the 64-bit version.
Note: In case you want to continue with the older version of ADSelfService Plus and not able to find the older build of ADSelfService Plus, then contact ADSelfService Plus support for assistance.
restoreDB.bat compressed_file_name.zip -p <password>
E.g.:restoreDB.bat 081224-1547.zip -p <password>
The password for the database backup file could be one of two types:
If you have forgotten the password to the backup file, but have access to the ADSelfService Plus installation directory, the encrypted password can be obtained from the customer-config.xml file (<installation_dir>\conf\customer-config.xml), and you can contact firstname.lastname@example.org to decrypt it.
If not, the backup will be inaccessible and a new backup will have to be created.
You should’ve now successfully migrated from the 32-bit version of ADSelfService Plus to the 64-bit.
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