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How to create a mobile database/account

Updated on 2012-01-07 03:28:24

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By using this technique, you will be able to work on the same database with different computers.


- Read the following how-to article to learn how to copy a database:
How to backup your databases (EOD, Intraday, Tick and Custom) and trading items
- Copy your database to your USB key
- Open QuantShare then select "Accounts" then "Add Account"
- Type the new account name then set the previously copied database (on your USB key) in "Database folder" field
- Click on "OK" to create the new account
- Perform the previous three steps again to use the same database with another computer

That's it, you have just created a mobile database

Another idea would be to copy your original database in a folder that is managed by a file synchronization service such as dropbox.
Each time your database files are updated, the service will store them in the cloud. The database will be available on any computer that has a folder managed by this service. You will no longer need a USB key to build a mobile database.

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