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Different Types of SQL Server Backups

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SQL Server supports different types of backups for databases. However, which type of a database backup can be performed totally depends upon the recovery model of the database one choose. If you are unclear of the advantages and disadvantages of each recovery model then we would recommend you to read about SIMPLE, FULL and BULK-LOGGED first.

This is Part 6 of 16 Part SQL Server Database Backup Tutorial. Click here to read it from the beginning….

In this tutorial we will discuss in detail each of the available database backup options and how to perform backups using TSQL scripts and with SQL Server Management Studio (SSMS).

Different Types of SQL Server Backups which you can perform are:-

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