Out of curiousity, if I have an SSIS job that is scheduled using the SQL Agent for 11:00pm and the server is brought down for maintenance say at 10:30pm... What will happen when the server is turned back on at 11:30pm?
Since the server was down at the normal scheduled run time of the process, will the process simply be ignored? Or is the server going to run the process as soon as the server is turned back on?
In this article we will get to know that how can we recover deleted data if it happens accidently. We really can recover deleted rows if we know the time when data is deleted by using the transaction log.
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