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Old August 13th, 2008, 11:26 AM
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I have recentaly lost my sql data. It was my important data I have to recover it anyhow.I have used Stellar Phoenix sql repair software to recover my data.This software recovers all my sql data.

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I would like to share my experience with this tool that which was assisted me to recover my SQL Server database. You can download this tool from:- (www.) recovery deleted files.com /sql-database -recovery -software. html

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There are some useful "SQL backup Practices": 1.Backups should not be on the same physical storage as your database files 2.Set up schedules to automate your backups 3.Use a test server to verify the restore procedure of your backups 4.Test your recovery strategies 5.Use all available verification options during backup process I found it out in an short article sqlbak.com/blog/backup-best-practices/

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