Re: Oracle recovery

yeah I did it too, when the programmer did a "update table set id =
<some number>; where....

and then closed his session. In production.

Took 3 hours (this was version 7, way before flashback query), to build
the db on another server and update via a dblink.


--- Daniel Fink <Daniel.Fink@xxxxxxx> wrote:
> You can do object-level recovery from a backup. The advantage
> with this is that you can get the object as of a point in time,
> e.g. immediately before the table was dropped. The downside is
> that you need someplace to create and recover the database. It
> can be done (remember that Friday, Tim?) and the beers
> afterwards taste all the more cool and refreshing.
> 
> Daniel
> 
> "Smith, Ron L." wrote:
> > 
> > We do full exports on all databases at least once a day for table
> level
> > recovery if needed.  We also do daily hot backups for point in time
> > recovery.  I feel there is a need for both.
> > 
> > Ron Smith
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