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sqlcmd Backup to current working directory


sqlcmd Backup to current working directory

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ArjunaReddy
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Hi,
Could anyone tell me how should i modify the following sqlcmd which will pull the backup of the databse to the Present working directory (PWD)

Lets say if you kick off the following command being in D: (Directory), the bak file should generated at D:.

sqlcmd -E -S MB3DS1022 -Q"BACKUP DATABASE [SFB10D02] TO DISK = N'.\SFB10D02.bak' WITH NOFORMAT, NOINIT,NAME = N'SFB10D02-Full Database Backup',SKIP,NOREWIND, NOUNLOAD,STATS = 10"
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