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Back Up And Restor

Posted By: [email protected] on 8/4/2010 12:51:26 AM | Comments:1 [Forward This]
hello .. m SagaR i have done 1 windows application in C#.net using VS 2005 and SQL Server 2005. now i want code or help that how take a back up of made sysetm using 1 one click on button and same for Restoration

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Reply by: rakesh on: 8/7/2010 9:18:22 AM
Hi Sagar, You can use the following codes to taking backup and restore sql server 2005 database. For that you have to add some namespace in your cs file: Microsoft.SqlServer.management Microsoft.SqlServer.Management.NotificationServices Microsoft.SqlServer.Management.Smo Microsoft.SqlServer.Management.Smo.Agent Microsoft.SqlServer.Management.Smo.Broker Microsoft.SqlServer.Management.Smo.Mail Microsoft.SqlServer.Management.Smo.RegisteredServers Microsoft.SqlServer.Management.Smo.Wmi Microsoft.SqlServer.Management.Trace Now you add the following function for Backup and restore database: //Code for backup databse public void BackupDatabase(String databaseName, String userName, String password, String serverName, String destinationPath) { Backup sqlBackup = new Backup(); sqlBackup.Action = BackupActionType.Database; sqlBackup.BackupSetDescription = "ArchiveDataBase:" + DateTime.Now.ToShortDateString(); sqlBackup.BackupSetName = "Archive"; sqlBackup.Database = databaseName; BackupDeviceItem deviceItem = new BackupDeviceItem(destinationPath, DeviceType.File); ServerConnection connection = new ServerConnection(serverName, userName, password); Server sqlServer = new Server(connection); Database db = sqlServer.Databases[databaseName]; sqlBackup.Initialize = true; sqlBackup.Checksum = true; sqlBackup.ContinueAfterError = true; sqlBackup.Devices.Add(deviceItem); sqlBackup.Incremental = false; sqlBackup.ExpirationDate = DateTime.Now.AddDays(3); sqlBackup.LogTruncation = BackupTruncateLogType.Truncate; sqlBackup.FormatMedia = false; sqlBackup.SqlBackup(sqlServer); } //Code for restoration od database: public void RestoreDatabase(String databaseName, String filePath, String serverName, String userName, String password, String dataFilePath, String logFilePath) { Restore sqlRestore = new Restore(); BackupDeviceItem deviceItem = new BackupDeviceItem(filePath, DeviceType.File); sqlRestore.Devices.Add(deviceItem); sqlRestore.Database = databaseName; ServerConnection connection = new ServerConnection(serverName, userName, password); Server sqlServer = new Server(connection); Database db = sqlServer.Databases[databaseName]; sqlRestore.Action = RestoreActionType.Database; String dataFileLocation = dataFilePath + databaseName + ".mdf"; String logFileLocation = logFilePath + databaseName + "_Log.ldf"; db = sqlServer.Databases[databaseName]; RelocateFile rf = new RelocateFile(databaseName, dataFileLocation); sqlRestore.RelocateFiles.Add(new RelocateFile(databaseName, dataFileLocation)); sqlRestore.RelocateFiles.Add(new RelocateFile(databaseName+"_log", logFileLocation)); sqlRestore.ReplaceDatabase = true; sqlRestore.Complete += new ServerMessageEventHandler(sqlRestore_Complete); sqlRestore.PercentCompleteNotification = 10; sqlRestore.PercentComplete += new PercentCompleteEventHandler(sqlRestore_PercentComplete); sqlRestore.SqlRestore(sqlServer); db = sqlServer.Databases[databaseName]; db.SetOnline(); sqlServer.Refresh(); } Now you have call both function on same event like, if you want both task done in single click, then you call both function with required parameter in button click event. I hope it will help you.
 
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