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Posted Thursday, August 6, 2009 11:57 AM
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From my side ans is 'C'
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Since no backup is taken after changing the recovery model / after inserting records.. so no way you can recovery any data in this DB....
I believe something is missing in the question


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Good question.

I don't understand why several people appear to thenk that the answer to "can you recover using the log backups that you do not possess" is not "no".


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