This walkthrough of SQL Object Level Recovery Native will show you:
- How to recover individual database objects from native SQL Server backup files
- How to select backup files and objects
- How to view the status of your object recovery
- Step 1: Select the backup source
- Step 2: Add backup files
- Step 3: Select the objects you want to recover
- Step 4: Select the destination server and database
- Step 5: View the status of your object recovery in the status window
Click Select Backup Source
Click Add Files to browse for backup files. You can select several backup files at once. Note that SQL Object Level Recovery Native is compatible with SQL Server 2008, 2005 and 2000 .bak backup files.
Each backup file you add is checked for validity. If a backup file is invalid, you can click on the file name to display a detailed error message.
When you add a valid backup file, details for the associated backups are listed in the Available backups pane. You may need to add more backup files if associated backups are split across multiple files, or are differential backups.
If the backup file you have selected is encrypted, enter the password to decrypt it.
Click OK to proceed to the next step.
Tick the box next to the object(s) you want to recover. Click Recover Objects to start the recovery of the selected object(s).
Next, select the SQL Server and database you want to restore the object to, then click Recover
A status window informs you about the outcome of your object recovery. If there are any problems, select the progress message to view more details in the Messages pane.
Click Close to finish.
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