BACKUP AND RESTORE
Backup and Restore for Shared SQL Server Hosting myLittleTools announced myLittleBackup for SQL Server 2000 and 2005,
a backup and restore Web application for shared SQL Server hosting. myLittleBackup
lets users upload a backup file from their own server and restore (install)
it on the shared SQL server. After the restore, myLittleBackup automatically
checks user mappings and other options.
If you're currently seeking out a database backup and recovery solution for the first time, or simply want to make a change to your current solution, take a gander at the list of solutions in this buyer's guide.
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