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Table Level Restore with ARCHECKER in Version 10 (N07)

Topic: Informix

Subtopic: 2007



DATE: 2007-5-8 (01:40 PM - 02:40 PM)
SPEAKERS: Kevin Fennimore (UCI Consulting, Inc.)

The ability to restore a single table has been a long requested feature in Informix. With the release of version 10 it is now possible to restore a single table from an archive using the ARCHECKER. This presentation will discuss the process of restoring a table from an archive including: the prerequisites, the ARCHECKER command, the command file syntax, the options available and how to restore a table when the schema is not known.

EXP. LEVEL: Beginner,Intermediate

OBJECTIVES:

Overview of ARCHECKER - What is the ARCHECKER and how can I use it?

Overview of Restore Process - What is necessary to do a restore and what steps will be performed

Syntax of Restore Command File - How do I specify what I want to restore and what are the options available (e.g., restoring only parts of a table)

Performing a parallel restore

How to do a restore when the schema of the table is not known



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