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SQL Server Backup Commands


There are primarily two commands that are used to create SQL Server backups.  Which are:

These commands also have various options that you can use to create full, differential, file, transaction log backups, etc. as well as other options to specify how the backup command should function and any other data to store with the backups.

Last Update: 3/12/2009

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Friday, March 17, 2017 - 4:05:51 PM - Balu Back To Top

explanation is very good. Thanks for the article


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