How to Export a Database?

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  1. pabloxbs

    pabloxbs Warper Member

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    Is there a way to export a full database from RPG Maker MV? I've created a basic database wich I would like to keep safe for uses in future projects. So I had a lot of heavy work in all these classes, monsters, heroes... How can I store them?
     
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  2. AlecMachet

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    Look in your project's data folder. All the database stuff should be in there.
     
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    InBlast The Mad Hamster Veteran

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    It's in your data folder. They are .json files.
     
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    simply copy your project folder to keep the current status of your project for future projects.
     
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    pabloxbs Warper Member

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    I found it. Thank you. Sorry for such a simple question.
     
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    Is there away to import ur database from VX Ace to MV?
     
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    Just add the conversion script that comes with MV (in the extra plugin folder) to the Ace project, run that project and then copy the resulting files into an MV project.
     
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