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Backup rabbit code

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Hi,

I have a BL2600 Rabbit that I want to update in our production environment.
But I would like to make a backup of the code running on the card before upgrading. Is that possible to do?(I do not know which version of the code that is running on the card today)

Regards Samir
asked Apr 24 in Rabbit Software by Samir.E New to the Community (3 points)

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2 Answers

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I am not sure what you mean by making a backup? You can simply save the .c file or project on your PC.
answered Apr 24 by MargaretK Veteran of the Digi Community (457 points)
Hi Margaret,

Do you mean that I somehow can save the code running on the rabbit to a .c file that will be saved on my computer?

I don't have the code that is running on the rabbit today. Actually I don't know what code is running on the rabbit today. I have a .c file on my computer that could be the same code that is running on the rabbit today, but I'm not sure. I would like to be able to revert to that code that is running on the rabbit today in case the new code that I'm going to install will fail to work. I don't want to risk halting the production environment.


Regards Samir
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Unfortunately there is no utility to extract the source code from a Rabbit product.
answered Apr 24 by MargaretK Veteran of the Digi Community (457 points)
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