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  • Incremental backup in SQL server 2005 and SQL Server 2005 express

    Question: a) steps to backup the daily incremental in sql server 2005. b) steps to backup the daily incremental in sql server 2005 express.

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  • Backup, creating alt backup using Task Scheduler

    My question is I want to create a scheduled full system back up to run 1x a week. But also, i want to run a incremental back up daily. Problem: I want the daily incremental backup to basically be a full system back up as well, completely separate from the one i have running once a week. Now i know...

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  • Business Continuity Plan for SAP 4.6C upgrate to ECC6

    Has anyone experieced a long downtime (1 week ?) for the upgrade resulting in business being required to carry out transactions on 4.6C while upgrade is in progress ? How do you handle the incremental data migration afterwards ?

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  • SQL auto increment by group with INSERT..

    Is it possible to define an auto-incremental coloumn which increments by 'group' ? I want to create a version log for an old table (uniquely keyed 'HOWTONO') which contains records with 'How to' data in the form of short code-fields and some long fields with text.  I intend to trigger updates,...

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  • How to do recovery data on Tape?

    Today, when we run the EOD process, the 'Tape before' we used is full, and when we tried to inztap the new tape, there is an error msg: can't allocate Tap01, so we can't do the inztap and we decide to used the 'Tape after'. And when we do the dsptap, we can't find the 'data after'. Is that possible...

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  • How to take Incremental Backup programmatically using C#

    How to take incremental back of files or folders from .net. I need some sample code in c#.

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  • Backup procedure

    Can someone explaine to me what is synthetic Full backup incremantal for ever type of backup what do you sugest or use what are the incidence of using that in a recovery or restore mode thanks

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  • Using a hard drive to back up

    What is the difference between full, incremental and differential backups? Our computer is situated in the parish office, and contains confidential information such as a parishioner database and parish accounts. We have purchased a separate hard drive to back up our data, and are keeping it in the...

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