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Backup/restore

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Hi iam can anybody tell

How to take backup in zip and

How to restore that

i have a zipfile backup
how to restore that .bak file

please suggest me

please tell me the procedure both sql 2000 and 2005

Thanks in advance
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Hi,

First of all you need to unzip the file using Winzip or other tools and then try to restore the extratced BAK file.

The restore process is same in SQL Server 2000 and 2005. You can also use the SQL Enterprise Manager to restore the database.

Normally you can't take a database backup in zip file. You need to take a backup and then zip the file to save the space. But zipping the file process is high resource eater. So check that also.

Hope this information will help you.:-)
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Thanks for u r reply
i tried with un zip file also

that unzip .bak file i copied n pasted in default folder then
i tried to restore that file
still iam unable to do

pls can u give solution what to do
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What error message you are getting while trying to restore the file ? Also mention the steps you have followed for restoration.
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karan457 (4/8/2009)
Thanks for u r reply
i tried with un zip file also

that unzip .bak file i copied n pasted in default folder then
i tried to restore that file
still iam unable to do

pls can u give solution what to do


How are you restoring, as sugegsted could you post the commands and error please?
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After you unzip the file you need to run a RESTORE command. If you're getting particular errors with the restore, please post them. If you're really unsure how to use the restore, here's an introductory article on backups & restores that might help.

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