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Posted - 10/20/2006 :  06:34:55  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Suppose I have some Table,Triggers ,stored procedure in DataBase.
I modify in some table,delete some table ,modify any trigger
and modify some stored procedure Today.After some Days I want to
retrive my old version of Table,Trigger and stored procedure
while i have not any Backup of my DataBase.

Does any Sql Server versioning Tool availiable to retrive
my old version of Table,Trigger and stored procedure.If
Yes from where i will download it and how use it .

Ranjeet Kumar Singh

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Posted - 10/20/2006 :  06:54:47  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Its called Backup. It comes with SQL SERVER. You can find out how to use it in BOL. Use a differential backup and you can sort of fake versioning. You NEED to backup your DB. I don't see how you can be worried about a version of a table or SP, and NOT the DB as a whole.

Otherwise, you need something on the order of SourceSafe or ClearCase, or some other product that takes care of code for you.

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Posted - 10/20/2006 :  09:09:02  Show Profile  Click to see jemacc's MSN Messenger address  Reply with Quote
There is a tool from lumigent named Log Explorer
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Posted - 10/20/2006 :  13:53:32  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
If you are running 7 or 2000 then just script the database nightly. It can be done though the dos command:

C:\Program Files\Microsoft SQL Server\MSSQL\Upgrade\scptxfr.exe /s servername /I /q /G /d databasename /f filename.txt /r

If I was your boss and I found out that you weren't making any kind of an attempt to make a backup of your data, I would either send you to training or be browsing to find someone that would replace you.

Backing up your data is one of the most important jobs of a DBA. I cannot stress it enough. I have all of my databases scripted nightly, bcp dumped nightly, backup dumped nightly, all of those copied to zip files, and a copy of the zipped file copied to my machine - NIGHTLY. If I find another way to backup my data (besides differential) I will implement that also!

(we don't need differential on any of our projects, previous night restore is acceptable for any of our projects)

If someone came in and stole any of our servers, I have everything I need to fully restore all my servers sitting on my machine every morning.


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Edited by - ws5926 on 10/20/2006 13:56:11
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Posted - 10/22/2006 :  16:07:07  Show Profile  Visit bipcpp's Homepage  Reply with Quote

Make a script of your database, after making modifications.
Then make a comparison of the old script and the actual one.

A comparison tool here :

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