Published On - 11 Nov 2019

Recover SQL Database From Emergency Mode to Normal Mode

MS SQL Server Recovery

Many SQL users are facing an adverse situation where their SQL database becomes Suspect. Due to this issue, the users are unable to access their databases. This might create a nuisance to the users if there is no backup of that data. The way around this issue is by setting the database in emergency mode….

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Updated On - 25 Oct 2019

Recover Data with a SQL Server Temporal Table

MS SQL Server Recovery

With SQL Server 2016, Microsoft introduced “Temporal Tables,” also known as “System-Versioned Temporal Tables,” it’s such a feature that brought the built-in support for gathering information about the data stored in tables at any time. System-versioned temporal tables are very useful, as they provide rich information about the data itself (stored in the database) and…

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Updated On - 25 Oct 2019

Steps to Fix SQL Error 7929

MS SQL Server Recovery

SQL Server saves its data in MDF/LDF files. If the SQL Server gets crashed while performing a transaction due to any hardware or software failure, then the transaction will not be complete, and the next time may give you an error or the table will remain inaccessible. In such a case, you should run the…

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Updated On - 25 Oct 2019

SQL Database Error 4062/4064 – Cannot Open User Default Database

MS SQL Server Recovery

In SQL Server, each user has a default database associated with the account. Whenever the user tries to log in without mentioning a database, then the default database remains the active one. But, when the default database is not available, or the SQL Server does not find the database, then it gives an error message…

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Updated On - 25 Oct 2019

Fixed: Database Cannot Be Opened as It is in The Middle of a Restore

MS SQL Server Recovery

An SQL Server Administrator performs database restoration when some information from the database is missing. The restoration procedure requires the SQL backup file and transaction logs to restore the database data as it was present before deletion. In some cases, when the restoration is complete, and you try to access the data, then you may…

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Published On - 25 Apr 2019

SQL Server 2019 Coming Soon – What to Expect?

MS SQL Server Recovery

Microsoft initially launched SQL Server, one of the most famous relational database management systems, 29 years ago on April 24, 1989, as SQL Server 1.0. And since then, SQL Server has evolved in such a way, regarding which no one has ever had an idea that this software will turn into something this amazing. Available…

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Published On - 23 Apr 2019

Ways to Restore SQL Server 2014 Database from Backup

MS SQL Server Recovery

No doubt, SQL Server is an excellent database management tool for every organization. Also, as new versions of SQL Server keeps coming to the market, businesses keep upgrading them. But, while using SQL Server, many users often face issues like database connection errors, abrupt termination, transient errors, malicious software attacks, etc. If any such situation…

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Updated On - 07 Nov 2019

MDF File Location in SQL Server 2014, 2016, & 2017

MS SQL Server Recovery

Microsoft SQL Server stores two types of data files in default directories on respective systems, which are Master Database Files and Log Database Files, and are abbreviated as MDF and LDF data files; both files are primary in a SQL Server environment. A database can also have the NDF data file, which is known as…

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Updated On - 30 Oct 2019

Know Accelerated Database Recovery Feature in SQL Server

MS SQL Server Recovery

In this blog, we will be discussing about the Accelerated Database Recovery feature of SQL Server and how is it an advantage for users waiting for so long for completing the running recovery transactions. There are many scenarios when an SQL Server needs to run the automatic database recovery like when the administrator is running…

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Updated On - 27 May 2019

How to Copy SQL Tables from One Database to Another?

MS SQL Server Recovery

The need for copying tables from one database to another can appear in circumstances like maintenance, testing, demonstration, migration, transfer to a different instance, and more. Doing so is easy and can be done via multiple ways as SQL Server offers several methods for the same. People experienced with SQL queries can execute the same…

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