The Smart Way of Recovering the Deleted data from Database

The Powerful Data Recovery Techniques

This course explains the different ways to recover lost data from our databases. This course allows you to learn step by step procedure to track the data which can be easily understandable to anyone who has a basic knowledge of database concepts. I have also provided much additional content at the end of this course to learn more and practice. I hope this course helps you…

What you’ll learn

  • Techniques to recover Deleted/Inserted/Updated data from data.

Course Content

  • Introduction –> 3 lectures • 4min.
  • Change Tracking –> 10 lectures • 23min.
  • Change Data Capture –> 10 lectures • 24min.
  • Comparison –> 1 lecture • 4min.
  • Conclusion –> 1 lecture • 1min.
  • Additional material –> 14 lectures • 37min.

The Smart Way of Recovering the Deleted data from Database

Requirements

  • Basic SQL knowledge.

This course explains the different ways to recover lost data from our databases. This course allows you to learn step by step procedure to track the data which can be easily understandable to anyone who has a basic knowledge of database concepts. I have also provided much additional content at the end of this course to learn more and practice. I hope this course helps you…

 

From this course,…

· You will have Over 35 lectures and 1.5hrs of content.

· You will learn how to recover your data using Change Tracking and Change Data Capture.

· You will learn the multiple ways to know the changes made to our database.

· You will learn Joining Change Tracking functions and database tables.

· You will get step by step procedure to track the data.

· You will learn the old and new tracking mechanisms.

 

What are the requirements?

· Knowledge of SQL, TSQL, Transactions, MDF, and LDF files.

· Knowledge of the impact of Triggers on the database.

· Knowledge of Microsoft SQL Server 2008 or higher with SQL Server Agent.

· Basic knowledge of Database Administration.

· Basic knowledge of SQL Server Agent jobs.

· Knowledge of Executing stored procedures.

 

What is the target audience?

· Team lead and Project Managers of software development teams

· Management of organizations

· People who really want to know the changes made by themselves or their teammates

· Database Administrators

· IT Professionals

· Everyone who feels that data is precious.

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