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MSSQL DATABASE BACKUP AND RESTORE NEW VERSION

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The program can backup and restore MSSQL databases over the local area network.

Supports Automatic Backup once in a day.

The Backup name is set to database name + date at the moment of backup + time at the moment of backup.

You need to have a dir in D:\SQL_BACKUP.

Tested on Microsoft SQL SERVER 2005 EXPRESS.

In the rar are all files.

In VER. 1.9.1

NEW GUI thanks to Franck.

Added user defined DIR.

Added Automatic backup password encryption.

Added Auto archiving backup file whit WINRAR.

Added Auto extract backup when restoring database.

Added GUI HIDE ON START.

Added Automatic backup for multiple databases. The names must be delimited whit ";" except the last name.

HOT keys CTRL+F11 = hide ; CTRL+F10 = show;

If somebody finds an errors pls tell me.

AUTO_BACKUP_SQL_Database_ENG.au3

AUTO_SQL_BACKUP_ENG.rar

AUTO_SQL_BACKUP_ENG_V1.9.1.rar

Edited by kmetski

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#2 ·  Posted (edited)

The program can backup and restore MSSQL databases over the local area network.

Supports Automatic Backup once in a day.

The Backup name is set to database name + date at the moment of backup + time at the moment of backup.

You need to have a dir in D:\SQL_BACKUP.

Tested on Microsoft SQL SERVER 2005 EXPRESS.

In the rar are all files.

In VER. 1.9.1

NEW GUI thanks to Franck.

Added user defined DIR.

Added Automatic backup password encryption.

Added Auto archiving backup file whit WINRAR.

Added Auto extract backup when restoring database.

Added GUI HIDE ON START.

Added Automatic backup for multiple databases. The names must be delimited whit ";" except the last name.

HOT keys CTRL+F11 = hide ; CTRL+F10 = show;

If somebody finds an errors pls tell me.

Thanks for adding Added Automatic backup for multiple databases.... That will help

I hhad to move these 2 lines to the TOP

global $inpdbr

global $inpdbr1

As Autoit 3.3 tells he prefers Global declarations on top of the script ...

Edited by FranckGr

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