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Taking incremental backups from MS SQL Server 2008 Database

Posted By: Venkat     Posted Date: September 15, 2009    Points:2   Category :Sql Server
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Hi,
We are building an ASP.NET application (with C#.net as language) and will be hosting on Windows Server 2003 Operating System with MS SQL Server 2008 as database.

We are planning to take the incremental database backups to a disk and use them to restore whenever there is a necessity.

So would you please guide me on this, if you have an idea?

If would be great if you could also provide a reference document or web references (If needed).


Many Thanks,
Regards.
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Author: Amit Mehra             
Posted Date: September 15, 2009     Points: 5   

HI Venkat,

To take database back regularly you can use jobs, To create you can do the following it wil automate the batabase back up process.

1. Start SQL Server Management Studio.
2. In the Connect to Server dialog box, click the appropriate values in the Server type list, in the Server name list, and in the Authentication list.
3. Click Connect.
4. In Object Explorer, expand Databases.
5. Right-click the database that you want to back up, click Tasks, and then click Back Up.
6. In the Back Up Database - DatabaseName dialog box, type the name of the backup set in the Name box, and then click Add under Destination.
7. In the Select Backup Destination dialog box, type a path and a file name in the Destinations on disk box, and then click OK.
8. In the Script list, click Script Action to Job.
9. In the New Job dialog box, click Steps under Select a page, and then click Edit if you want to change the job parameters.

Note In the Job Step Properties - 1 dialog box, you can see the backup command.
10. Under Select a page, click Schedules, and then click New.
11. In the New Job Schedule dialog box, type the job name in the Name box, specify the job schedule, and then click OK.

Note If you want to configure alerts or notifications, you can click Alerts or Notifications under Select a page.
12. Click OK two times.

Thanks,
Amit
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