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Using external scheduler to perform backups

Posted on 1998-08-14
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I know that the backup scripts can be used/saved as stored procedure and executed through ISQL.  What kind of script do I need login to the database, enter user and password and perform the stored procedure.
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spiridonov earned 20 total points
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USe the following
isql /Sserver_name  /Ulogin_name  /Ppassword /ddatabase_name /Q"EXECUTE procedure_name"

This will start isql . log into the sever server_name with login login_name and password password , go to database database_name and execute stored procedure procedure_name.
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by:Marvman
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Yes the script does work
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