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Backup SQL Server Database with Move/Copy File


Backup SQL Server Database with Move/Copy File

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Hi Marvin.
Your Stored Procedure looks great but when i am trying to run i didn't see anything happening so if you explain detail where to make changes and which parameter to pass would be nice .
pls explaing with one example
thanks

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Marvin D
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It's been awhile since I logged on to SSCentral and unfortunately I have not been getting the from the people requesting new information. The basic premise of this stored proc was to pass values stored in a table to a proc that could then automate your backup to include zipping and moving the files across the network. I have not looked at the proc in over two years as I am no longer doing DBA type of functions. However, if someone really needs the help, I'll dig into the code and update it.

Thanks

MD

Marvin Dillard
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Claraview Inc
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