This documentation supports the 9.1 version of BMC Remedy ITSM Deployment.

# Creating a backup of your jobs and transformations

If the Atrium Integrator server fails to create a backup of your jobs and transformations during upgrade, you must do so manually.

## To create a backup of your jobs and transformations

1. Open the aiexportutility utility in a text editor.
The utility is located in the AtriumIntegratorInstallDir\server\utility directory, where AtriumIntegratorInstallDir is the Atrium Integrator server installation directory. For example, on Microsoft Windows, you might find the utility under C:\Program Files (x86)\BMC Software\AtriumIntegrator\server\utility.
2. Set the \$UTILITYPATH\$, \$OLD_AI_INSTALL_PATH\$ and \$BMC_JAVA_HOME\$ parameters to reflect the Java home path, the Atrium Integrator 7.6.04 server home path, and the utility directory path, respectively:
• To set \$OLD_AI_INSTALL_PATH\$, replace the existing value of this parameter with the path of the data-integration folder within the Atrium Integrator server 7.6.04 home directory. For example, if you installed the Atrium Integrator server on a Windows computer, set \$OLD_AI_INSTALL_PATH\$ to C:\Program Files (x86)\BMC Software\AtriumIntegrator7604\server\data-integration.
• Replace the existing value of \$UTILITYPATH\$ with the path of the utilities folder residing under the Atrium Integrator server installation directory. For example, if you are upgrading the Atrium Integrator server on a Windows computer, set \$UTILITYPATH\$ to C:\Program Files (x86)\BMC Software\AtriumIntegratorLatest\server\utility.
• Replace the existing value of \$AR_SERVER_HOME\$ with the current AR installation path.
• Set the (Windows) C:\Program Files (x86)\BMC Software\AtriumIntegrator7604\server and (Unix) \$1 parameter to the value same as that of the \$OLD_AI_INSTALL_PATH\$ parameter.