The SQL DBA’s worst nightmare is the loss of data due to their own mistake. It’s not uncommon for someone to improperly execute or even forget a WHERE clause entirely when executing DELETE or UPDATE queries, resulting in potentially millions of rows of compromised data
So, which SQL Server data recovery options are available?
Integrating SQL Server with business infrastructure often requires that developers prepare T-SQL code for use within various client codes, such as C#, PHP, and Perl. This means adding language specific code that will be inserted before and after every SQL statement, as well as escape characters for quotes and code to terminate a line, so that the other languages can parse and execute it correctly. Updating the code manually is a time consuming process prone to mistakes.