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    how to rollback the database

    sir,

    in my database, i made one mistake. unfortunately i hav updated 1000 records in that database. is it possible to restore that value into my database?

    sir, i many so many queries in my database. then i didt save any transaction for that queries.

    is it possible to restore?

    regards
    sanjeev

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    Sanjeev, you could do a point-in-time recovery if you have enabled archive logging for the database. If not, you would have to restore to a backup made before the update, assuming you have one.

    The alternative is to simply reverse the update you committed, if that's possible. I say 'simply' hoping that it is a straightforward update - post back with further details and we'll try to help more. Best wishes.
    If I have to choose between two evils, I always like to choose the one I haven't tried yet.

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    1. Logminer
    2. Flashback
    3. TSPITR

    Only you have archive log enabled

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    Re: how to rollback the database

    Originally posted by sanjeev1983
    sir,

    in my database, i made one mistake. unfortunately i hav updated 1000 records in that database. is it possible to restore that value into my database?

    sir, i many so many queries in my database. then i didt save any transaction for that queries.

    is it possible to restore?

    regards
    sanjeev
    post the db version dude - if you have 10g you can flashback
    I'm stmontgo and I approve of this message

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