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Restore MSSQL 2012 on some point. (Not backup)

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Hi, everybody
Prompt please, MS SQL 2012 on the virtual computer. Backup of all section with bases every day, at 19.00. That is, for every day I have the file copy .MDF and .LDF. Is there a way to recover the database at a certain time? Not 7 hours, but for example at 12.00. If I just attach the base then at the start I get an error about the lack of backup. Because backup wasn't carried out by means of Ms SQL though at start of procedure of restoration it is possible to choose a timeline. Thanks for the help)
May 19 '15 #1

✓ answered by theodoreusa

Look here for a discussion on this topic http://www.filerepairforum.com/forum...erver-database

Standard restoration is provided for a standard archiving. And not to any Software third party. Here now standard means of MS SQL 2012 you won't restore base. It is necessary to use third-party software.

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Look here for a discussion on this topic http://www.filerepairforum.com/forum...erver-database

Standard restoration is provided for a standard archiving. And not to any Software third party. Here now standard means of MS SQL 2012 you won't restore base. It is necessary to use third-party software.
May 20 '15 #2

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