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If you don’t back up your database, it will eventually stop working because the transaction log will either grow to its maximum size or grow to fill up the disk. Once you have run out of disk space, your database and application that uses the database will stop working.
You can specify how to copy your backups to ancillary storage. This can be on your network or somewhere else. DBHealthAssist can perform a copy to a local drive or device including “Drop Box” or you can use FTP (File Transfer Protocol) credentials to copy to some FTP server, or AZ Copy to copy to Azure Blob storage.
DBHealthAssist has a special screen designed to help you create purge jobs even if you don’t know how to write SQL. Screens like this are typically called Wizards because they walk you through the steps and handle the technical stuff for you.
Yes you can. The wizard screen offers the ability to enter custom SQL Scripts.