Using NetBackup for SQL Server Using the NetBackup for MS SQL Client interface
Selecting databases objects for restore (continued)
Level 3: Partial database backup images
These images contain backups of some of the filegroups contained in the database. To view the contents of a partial database backup image, right-click on an image and choose
Level 4: Partial database differential backup images
These images contain differential backups of filegroups contained in the database. To view the contents of a partial database backup image, right-click on an image and choose Properties.
Level 2: Transaction log backup images
Each transaction log backup image is displayed with the date and time of the backup.
Level 2: Filegroup icons
Expand to display a list of filegroups backup images.
Level 3: Filegroup backup images
Click on the + next to a filegroup icon to view filegroup backups. The date and time of a backup is also displayed.
Level 4: Filegroup differential images
Click on the + next to a filegroup backup image to view any filegroup differential backups. The date and time of a differential backup is also displayed.
Level 3: File icons
The individual file icons appear at level 3. These icons cannot be selected for restore.
Level 4: File images
Clicking on the + next to a file icon to view individual file backups. Each of these images is displayed with the date and time of the backup.
The following options are available when performing restores.
Options for restore operations
Use replace option
Restore with the SQL Server replace option.
These scripting options are available when restoring from a database image.
Restore selected object Produce a script that performs a database restore. This is the default option.
Create a move template Create a script template for moving the selected database.