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Table 5-11

Options for restore operations (continued)

Option

Description

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

Before transaction log mark

Select this radio item if you would like to have the transaction log recovered to a point before the occurrence of a transaction log mark. With this option, you must enter a transaction log mark name.

Before transaction log mark but after

Select this radio item if you would like to have the transaction log recovered to a point before the occurrence of a transaction log mark but after a point in time. With this option, you must enter a transaction log mark name.

MM, YYYY, DD, HH, MM, SS am, pm

Specify the time to which you want the transaction logs restored. These fields are only enabled if you have selected one of the following Transaction log recovery options:

  • To point in time

  • To transaction log mark but after

  • Before transaction log mark but after

This list is enabled if you have highlighted a database transaction log for restore, and the transaction log contains one or more transaction log marks, and you have selected one of the following Transaction log recovery options:

To transaction log mark To transaction log mark but after Before transaction log mark

Before transaction log mark but after

Transaction log mark

Restore script

Launch immediately

Start the restore operation immediately.

Note: Launch immediately is disabled if you are logged into a SQL Server instance that is not on the local host. If you generate a script for a non-local host, then it must be executed on that host.

Save

Generate a script that can be started at a later time.

Restore

Start the restore or generate a restore script. This is disabled if you have not selected any objects to restore.

Browsing for backup images

This procedure describes how to browse for available backup images. Once you have displayed the desired backup images, then follow the instructions for restoring a specific SQL object.

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