From: a a r o n . k e m p f on 26 Feb 2010 17:03
SQL Server allows you to restore to a point in time.
You can take backups at midnight, and then restore everything up until
_THAT_ is the feature that this user needs.
So why don't you go and argue with someone else, mental midget!
On Feb 24, 10:14 pm, "Larry Linson" <boun...(a)localhost.not> wrote:
> "a a r o n . k e m p f @ g m a i l . c o m" <aaron.ke...(a)gmail.com> wrote
> > SQL Server could allow you restore up until
> > right before this happened.
> That is why SQL Server, in one of its several editions, is often used as the
> database with an Access frontend in one of three versions: MDB, ACCDB, or
> > with Access, you're stuck with the backup copy from last night
> A solution which might work to recover the deleted table has been posted. If
> that works, it's moot when the backup copy was made. There is no required
> schedule for making backup copies, so Mr. Kempf's statement should read "the
> most recent backup copy" (and should state, "if that is required").
> Larry Linson
> Microsoft Office Access MVP