Option 1: Write a script to save a copy of the file in the second file. In your first file's back up script, include a perform script step that performs this script in the other file.
Option 2: Write the same script, but use file options on that file to set this script to run automatically when the file is closed. If this is a shared database, you may want to use Get ( UserCount ) in this script to count the users and make the backup copy only when the host is closed (count = 1) or when the last client closes (Count = 2 ).
Thanks for the reply, am i wright is saying this, the script below
Set Variable [$Radio_Log_VMR466; Value:"backup_" & DayName(Get ( CurrentDate))]
Save a Copy as ["$Radio_Log_VMR466"; copy]
Set Variable [$Membership_VMR466; Value:"backup_" & DayName(Get ( CurrentDate))]
Save a Copy as ["$Membership_VMR466"; copy]
then enter the same script as above except for the membership database
You would put the first script in the Radio Log file and the second script in the Membership file. Then it's still undetermined which method you intend use to automate the process so that one user action (closing the files, clicking a button) is all that is needed to back up both databases.
I have used an exit button setup, thanks again