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SQL Backup 3.0


SQL Backup 3.0

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Kathi Kellenberger
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How about the restore functions?



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Just like the backups, you can use the wizard or script. The restores worked fine. The coolest feature was the ability to restore all log backups in a folder with one command.



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"Restore all log backups in a folder within one command" is really useful in real world, esp. when you have to do the "recovery to the point". I once implemented this function through a complex t-sql SP before, maybe I should share with people here about how I implement this just to save a few $'s to purchase the off-shelf package.



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I am using log shipping to replicate one database. When log shipping breaks, I have a VBScript that creates my log restore script for me to get it caught up again.

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Log shipping is fine, but more often than not, people do not have the budget to replicate a huge-sized db, which is not adding any economic value.



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