With all the new functionality, can 2014 now restore a single table from a standard backup without using any third party tools? I have looked, but can't see this listed as a feature (though that doesn't mean it's not there, maybe I've just missed it).
Hi guys, How to make single table backup / or Restore individual table from the Database backup file.SQL server 6.5 got an option to do this...Anyone know in SQL 7.0 or 2000 I appreciate ur immediate reply! Thanks Rajeev
This question came to me from a friend and I don't have a lot of details so I apologize in advance. I thought it might be worth a shot to ask here since I couldn't find anything on point in the MS help or KB. A SQL Server 7 database running on an NT 4.0 box is having a full database backup nightly. The backup routine is pretty standard, created using the Maintenance Wizard. It backs up two databases on the server. The problem is that when folks come into work in the AM, the databases are in Single-User mode and someone has to go in and change this. Is this normal behavior? My (admittedly limited) understanding of SQL 7 backups is that they are relatively transparent, and Single User mode is not necessary. You can operate normally other than you can't to any unlogged txn's while the backup is running. They have not done anything explicit to put the databases in Single-user mode when the backup begins. Any ideas how to prevent this from happening? (Or how to automate the switch out of Single-user mode when the backup is completed?)
I need to backup a single DB with "Copy-only Backup" option on. I Want to place the backup on a different location, we have a media set which is used for daily backups. I want this backup placed on a different
server 192.168.250.xxx DepartmentsITBackup2015xxx.bak
I have added this location to "back up to" The old one is still there. I I then hit OK th backup hangs for 2-3 minutes and gives me an error which points to the old media set. SO I want to create a new media set and call it "onlyonce" but what I am not sure about is what this Means "back up to a new media set and erase all existing backup sets" Does that mean all old backups will be deleted?
I have multiple databases in the server and all my databases have tables: stdVersions, stdChangeLog. The stdVersions table have field called DatabaseVersion which stored the version of the database. The stdChangeLog table have a field called ChangedOn which stored the date of any change made in the database.
I need to write a query/stored procedure/function that will return all the database names, version and the date changed on. The results should look something like this:
I have resulting rows from a query similar to the following:
The data is coming from a single table that contains only one coverage code column and one coverage code date, but the end user wants the two coverage code types and dates combined into a single row. So the SELECT looks something like this:
SELECT [Employee ID] = emp.employee_id, [Coverage Code 1] = enr.coverage_code, [Coverage Date 1] = enr.coverage_date, [Coverage Code 2] = case when enr.product_type = 'Accident.Accident' then enr.coverage_code else NULL end,
I basically want to merge the like Employee ID's together into a single row like the following:
I know I have done this before and it is probably pretty simple.
I'm trying to avoid a large amount of manual data manipulation.
Here's the background: Legacy system that has (well let's call apples apples) pretty much no method of enforcing data integrity, which has caused a fairly decent amount of garbage data to be inserted in some tables. Pulling one of the [Individuals] table from within this Legacy system and inserting it into a production system, into the Table schema currently in place to track [Individuals] in this Production system.
Problem: Inserting the information is easy, how to deduplicate the records that exist within the staging table that the legacy [Individuals] table has been dumped into in production, prior to insertion. (Wanting to do this programmatically with SQL or SSIS preferably, so that I can alter it later to allow for updating existing/inserting new)
Staging Table Schema:
; CREATE TABLE [dbo].[stage_Individuals]( [SysID] [int] NULL, --Unique, though it's not an index intended to identify the [Individuals] [JJISID] [nvarchar](10) NULL, [NameLast] [nvarchar](30) NULL, [NameFirst] [nvarchar](30) NULL, [NameMiddle] [nvarchar](30) NULL,
Scenario: There are records that duplicate the JJISID, though this value is supposed to be unique for every individual. The SYSID is just a Clustered Index (I'm assuming) within the Legacy system and will be most likely dropped when inserted into the Production [Inviduals] table. There are records that are missing their JJISID, though this isn't supposed to happen either, but have valid information within SSN/DOB/Name/etc that can be merged into the correct record that has a JJISID assigned. There is really no data conformity, some records have NULLS for everything except JJISID, or some records will have all the [Individuals] information excluding the JJISID.
Currently I am running the following SQL just to get a list of the records that have a duplicate JJISID (I have other's that partition by Name/DOB/etc and will adapt whatever I come up with to be used for those as well):
; select j.* from (select ROW_NUMBER() OVER (PARTITION BY JJISID ORDER BY JJISID) as RowNum, stage_Individuals.*, COUNT(*) OVER (partition by jjisid) as cnt from stage_Individuals) as j where cnt > 1 and j.JJISID is not nullNow, with SQL Server 2012 or later I could use LAG and LEAD w/ the RowNum value to do my data manipulation...but that won't work because we are on SQL Server 2008 in this environment.
With, the following as a potential solution:
GSquared (3/16/2010)Here's a query that seems to do what you need. Try it, let me know if it works.
Performance on it will be a problem, but I can't fine tune that. You'll need to look at various method for getting this kind of data from the table and work out which variation will be best for your data. Without access to the actual table, I can't do that.
; WITH CTE AS (SELECT master_id, MIN(ID) AS first_id, MAX(Account_Expiry) AS latest_expiry FROM #People GROUP BY master_id) SELECT P1.master_id,
Unfortunately, I don't think that will accomplish what I'm looking for - I have some records that are duplicated 6 times, and I'm wanting to keep the values within these that aren't NULL.
Basically what I'm looking for, is to update any column with a NULL value to the corresponding Duplicate [Individuals] record value for that column.
**EDIT - Example, Record 1 has a JJISID with NULL NameFirst & NameLast BUT Record 2 has the same JJISID and values for NameFirst & NameLast. I'm wanting to propogate the NameFirst & NameLast from Record2 into Record1
I have a problem with databases that are left in single user mode after transaction log backup. I have a database maintenance plan job that backs up the transaction log and checks data and index linkage every hour. Sometimes the job fails and when I look in the report file it says that it has tred to put the database in single user mode and failed because the database is in use and then in the next step it says that it cannot perform the operation because there already is a user in the database.
Why is the database put in single user mode? What can I do to avoid finding my databases in single user mode?
Below is a part of the report file:
[Microsoft SQL-DMO (ODBC SQLState: 42000)] Error 15089: [Microsoft][ODBC SQL Server Driver][SQL Server]Cannot change the 'single user' option of a database while another user is in the database.  Database BV Produktion: Check Data and Index Linkage...
** Execution Time: 0 hrs, 0 mins, 1 secs **
 Database BV Projektering: Check Data and Index Linkage... [Microsoft SQL-DMO (ODBC SQLState: 42000)] Error 924: [Microsoft][ODBC SQL Server Driver][SQL Server]Database 'BV Projektering' is already open and can only have one user at a time. [Microsoft][ODBC SQL Server Driver][SQL Server]Only the owner of object 'dms_user' can run DBCC CHECKTABLE on it. [Microsoft][ODBC SQL Server Driver][SQL Server]Database 'BV Projektering' is already open and can only have one user at a time. [Microsoft][ODBC SQL Server Driver][SQL Server]DBCC execution completed. If DBCC printed error messages, contact your system administrator.
The following errors were found:
[Microsoft][ODBC SQL Server Driver][SQL Server]Database 'BV Projektering' is already open and can only have one user at a time. [Microsoft][ODBC SQL Server Driver][SQL Server]Only the owner of object 'dms_user' can run DBCC CHECKTABLE on it. [Microsoft][ODBC SQL Server Driver][SQL Server]Database 'BV Projektering' is already open and can only have one user at a time. [Microsoft][ODBC SQL Server Driver][SQL Server]DBCC execution completed. If DBCC printed error messages, contact your system administrator. ** Execution Time: 0 hrs, 0 mins, 9 secs **
I have a backup that contains multiple databases. I am restoring it to a different server. How do I restore each database? Tried to restore under SQL Server Management Studio, but can only restore one of many from the backup (it appears it has only 1 logical file name in the backup) If you can refer me to a web page that would be great. I tried googling the topic but nothing seems to come up.
Hello, As the heading states, I'd like to copy a database table from VWDE over to SQL SME, where it'll replace its namesake. I've tried the 'attach' method but was denied due to server permissions. Is there another way of doing this, or will I have to delete the database and then run a script to reinstate (annoyingly convoluted)? This would be so much easier if the host supported SQL 2005 Express. Thanks in advance
acutally my network dept. has change the backup file server IP address.. i m now hving problem for taking backup. i have around 85 backup that runs everyday.. what i m doing now running every single command to drop backup device and then adding again.. but it's taking agess to do..
is there any simple script that just update the device path folder..
I have installed SQL Server Express Edition. I have migrated a set of tables from Oracl10g (by using Microsoft's Migration Tool Kit).While I am trying the following simple update command, the session hangs and it never finishes !!!!!!!!!!!!
Anybody know how to backup a table with particular range.Ex one column contains date..I need to backup only data belong from date to date.is is possible via programming in C?if yes give example ( don`t tell backup SQL command)RLN
I'm trying to insert data into a table from two tables into a single table along with a hard coded value.
insert into TABLE1 (THING,PERSONORGROUP,ACCESSRIGHTS) VALUES ((select SYSTEM_ID from TABLE2 where AUTHOR IN (select SYSTEM_ID from TABLE2 where USER_ID =('USER1'))),(select SYSTEM_ID from TABLE2 where USER_ID =('USER2')),255)
I get the following-
Msg 512, Level 16, State 1, Line 1
Subquery returned more than 1 value. This is not permitted when the subquery follows =, !=, <, <= , >, >= or when the subquery is used as an expression.
i have 6 table in SQL Server and i have created one view and create single table by linking all the table,now i want to join two column like
Column A and Column B = Column C e.g A B C Atul Jadhav Atuljadhav Vijay vijayvijay
in above exambe column A having firstName and Column B having second name and i want to join this two column in C column "atuljadhav" and if column B is blank then it join A value tow timestriger code as it is auto update column and every time (update, append, modify, delete) it should be update automatic
I have table "Clients" who have associated records in table "Mailings" I want to populate a gridview using a single query that grabs all the info I need so that I may utilize the gridview's built in sorting. I'm trying to return records containing the next upcoming mailing for each client.
The closest I can get is below: I'm using GROUP BY because it allows me to return a single record for each client and the MIN part allows me to return the associated record in the mailings table for each client that contains the next upcoming 'send_date'
SELECT MIN(dbo.tbl_clients.client_last_name) AS exp_last_name, MIN(dbo.tbl_mailings.send_date) AS exp_send_date, MIN(dbo.tbl_mailings.user_id) AS exp_user_id, dbo.tbl_clients.client_id, MIN(dbo.tbl_mailings.mailing_id) AS exp_mailing_idFROM dbo.tbl_clients INNER JOIN dbo.tbl_mailings ON dbo.tbl_clients.client_id = dbo.tbl_mailings.client_idWHERE (dbo.tbl_mailings.user_id = 1000)GROUP BY dbo.tbl_clients.client_id The user_id set at 1000 part is what makes it rightly pull in all clients for a particular user. Problem is, by using the GROUP BY statement I'm just getting the lowest 'mailing_id' number and NOT the actual entry associated with mailing item I want to return. Same goes for the last_name field. Perhaps I need to have a subquery within my WHERE clause?Or am I barking up the wrong tree entirely..
Does anyone know of a way to restore a single table using SQL 7.0? I know that I can build a dummy database and do a database restore, then copy the table from database to database. But....was wondering if there is a way to restore a single table from a backup. Is losing the ability to restore a single table one of the 'features' of 7.0?