When BEMCMD is used to create a restore job using the -o90 option and the SELECTIONx parameter in the restore job script file, in order to define files or folders that need restoring from the last backup. The command will fail reporting the error condition provided below.
Backup Exec Command Line Applet version 12.5.2213.
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Connecting to local media server...
Getting client information...
Getting user's default logon account...
ERROR CODE: -536837664
ERROR: No records were found on database request.
Disconnecting from server...
RETURN VALUE: -1
With Backup Exec 2010 R3 :
Selectionx when provided in the restore script will restore the files and folders from the Latest Backup Set.
If only JOBhistoryGUID is provided, it restores entire backup set corresponding to JOBhistoryGUID.
If both are specified, only JobhistoryGUID is read and entire set is restored.
For some 12.5/2010 environment where the above error is reported due to we not being able to query the catalog to find the file/folder from within the Backup Set a hotfix will be released for Backup Exec 2010 R3 which will address this Issue.
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