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The Summary tab of the Virtual Database Wizard provides the summary of specified values and options you have selected in the Virtual Database Wizard.

What do you do next?

After you have reviewed the information on the Summary tab, click Mount VDB to submit the job for mounting the virtual database immediately, or click Generate Script to create a script you can use to run the job at a later time.

If you choose to run the job for mounting the virtual database immediately, and want to verify a successful run, you can view its status in the Instance view. For more information, see View Operation Status.

What actions can you perform on the Summary tab?

Action

Steps

To immediately mount virtual databases

Click Mount VDB, and then highlight the instance or database in the tree pane to see the status of the operation.

To create a CLI script for mounting the virtual database

Click Generate Script, and then click Command Line. To save the script to a file, click the save icon or the copy script to clipboard icon. SQL Safe creates a script for mounting the virtual database using the settings you specified for the selected databases. You can use this script to perform future restores of any system or user database you selected. Click Close to return to the Virtual Database Wizard.

To create a T-SQL script for mounting the virtual database

Click Generate Script, and then click T-SQL. To save the script to file, click the save to a file icon or the copy script to clipboard icon. SQL Safe creates a script for mounting the virtual database using the settings you specified. You can use this script to perform future restores of any system or user database you selected. Click Close to return to the Virtual Database Wizard. This script requires the SQL Safe XSP. For more information on installing the SQL Safe XSP, see deploy the SQL Safe XSP. For more information about how to use the SQL Safe XSP, see the sample scripts available from the Programs menu.

How do you verify the status of mounting your virtual database?

If you want to verify that your virtual database mount successfully ran, you can view its status using the Instance view. For more information, see View Operation Status.



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