OK, I guess you WERE laughing since I received no response <grin>.
Regardless, I think I have figured out how to shut down FileMaker Server IF
it is running on the same machine as the Retrospect Server (just copy the
sample script from the AppleScript folder within the Retrospect folder to
the Retrospect Preferences folder), but what if FileMaker Server is on a
different server?

Does anyone have any ideas on this?

I ran a backup on a test database and the backup ran without any errors
(while FileMaker was still running).  I was then able to restore the
database from tape and open it -- no problems, but FileMaker Server was
never shutdown during the backup.

Any help would be greatly appreciated!

Stiles Watson

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From: Church Initiative WebMaster <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
To: retro-talk <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Sent: Thursday, April 13, 2000 1:06 PM
Subject: New to Rertospect and AppleScript question


> Our nonprofit company has just purchased Retrospect for Workgroups to
backup
> our Filemaker Pro databases, financial data, and the companies computers.
I
> know that in order to backup the database it must first be shut down and I
> read about the suggested AppleScript in the manual that is supposed to do
> this.  My questions are these, first, has anyone used these and do they
work
> as expected? Second, (now here is the really dumb part) not only am I new
to
> Retrospect, but also relatively new to the Mac world (I have worked with
PCs
> for many years), where do I put this AppleScript and how do I trigger it
> from within Retrospect?
>
> Thanks for the help and thanks for not laughing!
>
> Stiles Watson
>
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