||Archives the session recording files older than the retention
command to archive files.
||Displays or counts the session recording files that are
considered dormant. Dormant files are session recordings that were not
completed due to data loss.
command to verify if you suspect that you are losing data. You can verify if
the session recording files are becoming dormant for the entire database, or
only recordings made within the specified number of days, hours, or minutes.
||Imports session recording files into the Session Recording
command to rebuild the database if you lose database records.
Additionally, use this command to merge databases (if you have
two databases, you can import the files from one of the databases).
||Locates and displays the full path to a session recording file
using the file ID as the criteria.
command when you are looking for the storage location of a session recording
It is also
one way to verify if the database is up-to-date with a specific file.
||Removes the references to session recording files from the
command (with caution) to clean up the database. Specify the retention period
to be used as the criteria.
also remove the associated physical file.
||Removes all of the references to session recording files from
the Session Recording Database and returns the database to its original state.
The actual physical files are not deleted; however you cannot search for these
files in the Session Recording Player.
command (with caution) to clean up the database. Deleted references can be
reversed only by restoring from your backup.
||Displays the Session Recording Database schema version.
||Logs the results and errors to the Windows event log.
||Forces the command to run without prompts.
||Suppresses the copyright message.
||Displays help for the commands.