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Monday, April 12, 2015 SQL Server data recovery solutions Storing data is great! Removing data from the tables is great! Deleting the tables is great! How about restoring the data that has been lost or deleted from the tables? Most of the time, when the tables are deleted, they are merely cleared from the table structure. Thus the data is still in the tables, but there is no way to get it back. If you don't use any backup technology, then you are out of luck. How to recover damaged, deleted, dropped, or lost data from the tables? Restore from backup Restoring data from backups is the traditional method for recovery. Once you have a database backup, you can use it to recover the table data. In SQL Server 2012 and earlier, you can use the Database Engine Recovery feature to restore databases and tables. You can use the restore option to recover from a database backup or from a Windows backup. To recover from a database backup, you have to create a new database and restore the backup file to the new database. You can also restore a Windows backup to a SQL Server instance by installing the feature. This is a similar option to the Restore Database option under File menu in SQL Server Management Studio. Restore from backup option is limited to SQL Server 2012 and earlier. With SQL Server 2014, the Database Engine Recovery feature can now restore databases and tables. To restore from a backup, first you must have the database backup file or a Windows backup file. You can then restore the database by attaching the backup file to a database instance or restore the table by restoring it to a table. Backup and restore operations are less commonly used when working with SQL Server. In most cases, it is better to use SQL Server tools to create and remove a database backup. Backup and restore is only used when your SQL Server instance has been restored and you need to create a new backup file for it. Create a database backup file You can create a database backup file on a regular basis to store all the database changes. In SQL Server 2014, you can create a database backup using the backup database option. You can use the backup database option to create a backup file of the database, which includes the data in the tables in the database and the transaction logs. You can specify the file name and path for the backup file in the dialog box. The file name and path must be the absolute path for

 

 


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