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Hi dgago, one option is to use @sandra's Data Admin module (from our Extend page) to create a snapshot. I believe Sandra recommends this for non-production systems.
I use the mysqld Linux CLI command, combined with cron for scheduling, to backup our database nightly. When I need to take an immediately backup, I use an SQL client (e.g. phpmyadmin on the web, Sequel Pro on Mac, DBeaver across a variety of OSes, etc) to download the entire database in compressed SQL format.
Hope this helps!
I can see the use in doing this. One option, if this is your aim, is to use SQL to export the originally inputted values. You could do this using a MySQL client, or the Query Builder module. If you have a Gibbon Value Added License, then you can use the Applications By DOB query in Query Builder to export what you are looking for. Without the license you can still create your own query.
Hi diptiranjan, the MySQL username and password to use here will be set during the XAMPP install. The username is most likely root, and from what I've read online the password is set to blank, which Gibbon does not allow. I suggest you look at how to change your XAMPP MySQL root password. Good luck!