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You can expand and collapse portions of the tree by clicking on the + and - buttons. The tree can be expanded as follows:

Level 0: Database instance

Items at this level cannot be selected.

FILEGROUP DBA_FG1 10 When you are finished modifying the template, save it.

11 To run the backup, choose File > Manage script files, select the script you created, and choose Start.

Selecting database objects for restore

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Using NetBackup for SQL Server Using the NetBackup for MS SQL Client interface

Table 5-10

This section describes the hierarchical tree that is displayed so you can chose the objects you want to restore. You see this display in the Restore Microsoft SQL Server Objects dialog box after you choose File > Restore SQL Server objects and select the backup images you want to browse.

In the Restore Microsoft SQL Server Objects dialog box, you can expand the database hierarchy to see the database backup history for a NetBackup client. The backup client is typically the local host on which you are running NetBackup for SQL Server.

However, you can select a client other than the local client. (In the Backup History Options dialog box.)

Selecting databases objects for restore

Level 2: Read-write Filegroups icon

Expand to display backups of the read-write filegroups in the database.

Level 3: Read-write Filegroups backup images

These images contain all of the read-write filegroups in the database.

Level 4: Read-write Filegroups differential images

Level 2: Partial database backup icon

Expand to display a list of partial database backup images.

Level 1: Database icons

Level 2: Database backup images

Items at this level cannot be selected.

These are full database backup images.

Level 3: Database differential images

These are differential backup images.

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