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Help Center> Relational Database Service> User Guide> Working with RDS for SQL Server> Backups and Restorations> Restoring from Backup Files to a Self-Built SQL Server Database
Updated at: Apr 02, 2022 GMT+08:00

Restoring from Backup Files to a Self-Built SQL Server Database

You can download backup files by referring to section Downloading a Backup File and restore data from them. You can use SQL Server Management Studio (SSMS) to connect to a self-built ECS database or local database to restore data. The following uses SSMS as an example to show how to restore data from a backup file on a local database.

  • Before restoring data, ensure that the ECS has been installed with the SQL Server database service running a same or later version than the SQL Server databases.
  • You can use the unsynchronized backup and the last backup to restore data. To obtain the unsynchronized backup, download it from the RDS console. To obtain the last backup, contact customer service.

Procedure

  1. Download SSMS and upload it to the ECS for installation.

    Download SSMS 18.0 (GA) from the website and upload it to the ECS.

  2. On the ECS, decompress the RDS full backup file that has been downloaded.
  3. Start the SSMS client.
  4. Log in to the local database service through the SSMS client.
  5. In the SSMS client, right-click Databases and choose Restore Database.

  6. In the displayed Restore Database dialog box, select Device in the Source pane. In the displayed Select backup devices dialog box, specify the backup media and its location and click OK.

    1. Set Backup media type to File.

    2. Click Add to add the decompressed backup file (in the .bak format) and configure required information on the Options page.
      Figure 1 Adding a backup file
      Figure 2 Configuring required options

    3. Click OK to add the backup file to the backup media list and click OK again to restore the backup file to a self-built database.

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