Session 2: Recovering Lost Data

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Presented by: Robert Davis Running Time: 51 min What do you do when someone forgets the WHERE clause on a delete statement or if a table gets accidentally dropped? We will look at ways to proactively prepare for the recovery of lost data and techniques for recovering the data after it has been lost, including techniques for mining the transaction log for the offending transactions.

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This video is part of the Data Integrity and Corruption: A Hard Road to Recovery On Demand training.

Data integrity and corruption can be a complex and scary topic. At some point in your career as a DBA, you will be faced with a potential data loss scenario due to deletion (accidental or not) or corruption. You can’t avoid it. You can only prepare for it and be ready to handle it when it occurs.

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