Where does Tvserver backup list of all channels?

Discussion in 'fixed TV-Server / Client Bugs' started by defcon5, February 15, 2007.

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    I´d to know this because always I begin with a clean installation when arrive to conigure TVserver always appear a list of all DVB-T and DVB-S channels.
    What can I do for erase this list? is in SQL Studio? Where ?



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    all the info is stored in the database.

    you could completely delete the whole database if you wanted... do this using SQLExpress
     
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    Thanks chenks

    Could you help me a bit more
    In SQL express there are a lot of items, and I´m afraid to delete some by error

    May be if I uninstall all SQL will be easiest?
     
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    If you have got the Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio Express installed with Microsoft SQL Server Express it is fairly simple to drop the TvLibrary database.

    1. Start Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio Express.
    2. Expand the instance of SQL Server that is probably at the top of the left pane.
    3. Expand the Databases. You will see the TvLibrary database.
    4. Right click on the TvLibrary database and select "Delete".
    5. A dialog box pops up to confirm the object to be deleted. Click OK and you're done.

    When you run TV Server after an install, if it can't find the database it will create a new one.
     
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    It seems easy
     
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