• Recovering lost data from SQL Server 2005

    Running SQL Server 2005. I found that I had lost about 2000 records the Assets table and more records in the associated tables Timeassets and AssetBillingrates.  Each of the tables uses an Id field as the Primary Key. I was able to identify the key records that had been lost and tried inserting...

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  • How can I restore a database from .mdf file?

    How can I restore a database from .mdf file? I only have .mdf backup file.

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  • Recovering a truncated table on a SQL Server

    How can I recover a truncated table on a SQL Server?

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  • MS SQL SERVER (BKUPEXEC) Services wont start

    Hi ALL, Background: Windows 2003 Server returned the error missing or corrupted file after the server was found OFF due to possible power problems (Server is on a UPS). Ran a CHKDSK on the server and it fixed the missing or corrupted file problem and server now up and running. Is seems that my SQL...

    Ahmyown30 pointsBadges:
  • SQL Server 2005 backup

    How to take backup of live site in SQL Server 2005?

    Amin4rmOvexTechnology250 pointsBadges:
  • Backing up and copying a database across SQL Servers

    I have SQL Sever 2005 on both servers A and B, although I do not have SQL Studio Manager on server A. I would like to backup a SQL database from server B onto server A, and then copy it over to server B and restore it to the same database. How would I go about doing this?

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  • Backing up SQL Server with specific settings

    I have set up my SQL Server backup using the native backup and restore option, but I want to have the files append for 5 days and then have the original file overwritten for the next 5 days. Right now, it's set to append the entire time, and this fills the disks rather quickly. How can I achieve...

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  • Backup Performance Compare

    How or what can I use to compare the performance of the backup performed when the database is configured to use the simple recovery model versus the full recovery model.

    Michael Tidmarsh33,310 pointsBadges:
  • Backing up a SQL Server 2005 database on SQL Server 2000 EE

    I have created a large database in SQL Server 2005 Developers Edition, and I intend to put my backup on SQL Server 2000 Enterprise Edition. Is there an easy way to go about this procedure?

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  • Error when restoring a .bak file in SQL Server

    I’m having a problem restoring a .bak file in SQL Server. The .bak file is fine and good. But when I restore it, I get an error. It says " TITLE: Restore failed for Server <servername>(Microsoft.SqlServer.Smo) ------------------------------ ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:...

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  • Software to automate backups for SQL Server 2008 databases

    I am running SQL Server 2008 and I know how to create backups of this data manually using SQL managment studio but we are looking for a way to automate the process. Does anyone know of a product that can be utilized to do this? Or a way the managment studio can be set up to do this? It's not...

    Phrathepmali30 pointsBadges:
  • 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.

    david2009575 pointsBadges:
  • How to restore a SQL Server 2000 database using a backup

    Could you please educate us on how to restore a database using a backup? We have a Mambilla PR software (.NET application) and SQL Server 2000 back end. We run the backup before any major change to the database.

    SQL Server Ask the Experts2,585 pointsBadges:
  • Restoring a SQL Server 2005 database from a public share backup

    Is it true that even in SQL Server 2005 you cannot restore a database from a backup on a public share, but ONLY from a local storage (DASD)drive?

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  • Backup Programmability in SQL Server 2005

    How can I backup the Programmability (functions, triggers stored procedures etc.) as part of a schedule job? Do I need to write code or can I use the wizard?

    IT Systems Analyst15 pointsBadges:
  • Backup error message in SQL Server 2012

    I'm using SQL Server 2012 and in my database, I have filestream enabled. But when I try to backup it and restore it on another SQL Server 2012 (on another machine), I keep getting this message:No backupset selected to be restored.What's this mean? Is the filestream causing the issue?

    ITKE351,965 pointsBadges:
  • Receiving error message when restoring database backup

    I keep getting this error in SQL Server 2012 when I'm trying to restore a backup made with a previous version (SQL Server 2008). The newest files are restoring fine but here's the error I'm receiving for other files:System.Data.SqlClient.SqlError: Directory lookup for the file "C:\PROGRAM...

    ITKE351,965 pointsBadges:
  • Error on Transaction log Backups

    Getting error -1073548784, when trying to run a backup of transactions logs ( SQL SERVER 2008, STD ed). Can anyone help?  

    SQLGUMBO5 pointsBadges:
  • SQL Server 2008 restore error

    error message : The database was backed up on a server running version 10.50.1600. That version is incompatible with this server, which is running version 10.00.1600. Either restore the database on a server that supports the backup, or use a backup that is compatible with this server....

    Kazem10 pointsBadges:
  • detach the .mdf files from sql server

    hello, i am trying to detach the database from sql server. well the seniorio is i am try to do automate everymonth to detach all the previous month .mdf files. so is it possible to automate it to detach the previous months database by getting the system current date.

    Helpmeout55 pointsBadges:

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