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    Unanswered: Data archive

    Hello, everyone:

    What does "data archive" mean in SQL Server? Is it same thing as archiving in Oracle?

    Thanks.

    ZYT

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    Archiving and Restoring Databases
    An archive file for a Microsoft® SQL Server™ 2000 Analysis Services database contains the contents of the directory named the same as the database. For example, the archive file for the FoodMart 2000 sample database stores the contents of the FoodMart 2000 directory. The default path of this directory is:

    C:\Program Files\Microsoft Analysis Services\Data\FoodMart 2000

    Although archiving can mean many things...what does it mean to you in Oracle?
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