I want to take local backup for my ERPNext installed locally via Oracle Virtual Machine. I just want to be sure that I don’t loose my data in case of mishappening to my computer/ OS and or to Virtual Machine (Oracle Virtual Box).
I am new to all these and I updated site_config.json file.
I created Dropbox app and allowed the app in ERPNext Dropbox setup. I setup for daily backups.
But when I press allow button it opens a new blank tab always with url showing auth. token.
@revant_one Thank you for your reply.
It seems you did not read my question properly. I don’t know anything about ~/frappe-bench$ bench backup --with-files
How to use this procedure?
What is ~/frappe-bench$ bench backup --with-files
How to access site_config.json file?
Is this file located somewhere on my PC’s Hard disk?
Now I can go upto /frappe-bench/sites/erpnext.vm$
I can see file site_config.json under erpnex.vm directory when i type dir and enter but I don’t know how to open it and update dropbox username and password in the site_config.json file
I downloaded the nao text editor.
But I am unable to install it
I went to cmd and could manage to go to nano-2.7.0 directory.
After that I am unable to install
as the instruction says
but the command ./configure does not work in cmd
I have removed your image for the sake of your own security, because it showed your Dropbox key.
Also, that is actually not the right way to do it, you need to add the two keys inside the brackets, and make sure there are commas. That’s why your ERPNext is now showing an error. Instead of adding a whole new section, modify the one above.
Thank you very very much. My problem is solved. ERPNext can now access my dropbox folder. I am sure now my backups will automatically go to my dropbox. I will report in 24 hours if my backup is there in my dropbox folder or not. THANK YOU @vjFaLk@revant_one