Publishing Latest or Point-in-Time State
After you have launched a publishing operation to a PostgreSQL server (as described in Publishing to Specified Server), you can quickly republish a state of the PostgreSQL instance to the same server.
You can republish either of the following states:
- The latest available state — to publish data as of the latest state in the backup file.
- A point-in-time state — to publish data as of the selected point-in-time state. This option is available only if backups of PostgreSQL archive logs exist. For more information, see Required Backup Job Settings.
When you unpublish an instance, both options continue to remain until you close the application so that you can quickly republish a database if required.