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I did a search and I couldn't seem to find any information on this. Is it possible to backup our database locally or to a cloud drive like dropbox? And is it possible to restore a backup copy of our database to a local in-house installation of the software?
I had some initial problems backing up, but now it seems to work. Its kind of tricky. You have to be logged into the database, then go to account, then manage organizations, then it will let you backup to a zip file. To restore the .zip file, you can go into the database management of the in-house install and use the restore in there (don't unzip the file file dump, and don't use a posgresql db mgmt tool - only use the Odoo database mgmt, restore function which creates a new database). It seemed to restore successfully but you have to login using your odoo account, and not the user email address. It seems to work ok, but now I have a message on the top of my screen - "could not get content for /saas/trial/static/css/demo.css defined in bundle 'web.assets_backend" Would really like to know how to get rid of that message.
Your question's subject says " from the cloud to an in-house installation", in the description you mention "backup our database locally or to a cloud drive".
It is not clear where your database is. If you are using Odoo's SaaS you'd better contact Odoo SA, anyway Odoo's backup is mainy Postgres backup, so once you are able to take a backup it is a file and you can save it wherever you like (local drive, cloud drive, ...).
About the second question: " is it possible to restore a backup copy of our database to a local in-house installation of the software? "
the Answer given by Şaban Yıldız is perfect.
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