This restores the database using a backup file made with the backup facility. Use File | Database Mainteance | Restore Database, select the backup file (ex:ClipMate7_DB_My Clips_2005-10-16.ZIP), and it restores it into the current database.
IMPORTANT: If you have multiple databases defined and active within ClipMate, you should first select a collection within the database that you want to restore to. That sets this database as the "active" database, which will be the restoration target. There is a confirmation dialog box that will confirm the name and directory of the target database. It will warn you if the database name and backup filename do not appear to match.
Special Considerations For Database Restore:
Note: You can also simply use an UnZip program to extract the database files from the backup archive, into the database directory. In some situations (e.g. ClipMate won't start due to corrupt data), you may have to resort to this technique.
Also See: Database Backup