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Old 03-25-2003, 12:47 AM   #1
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Backup and Restore

Hi,

I was looking for an easy way to backup the backend of a database, then restore it on command.

I have found several ways of backing up, but none of restoring it again. I am after a way of doing it that the user can control.

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If it is a complete backup/restore using a backup system is the best choice, and writing scripts to handle it outside of access. If it is a data issue, I would create a seperate DB and link backup tables to it and write the data to those tables on command, and restore likewise. This can be done via access.
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