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A dropped database can be re-created only by restoring a backup. Database snapshots cannot be backed up and, therefore, cannot be restored. When a database is dropped, the master database should be backed up. Dropping a database deletes the database from an instance of SQL Server and deletes the physical disk files used by the database. If the database or any one of its files is offline when it is dropped, the disk files are not deleted. These files can be deleted manually by using Windows Explorer.

Applies to : SQL Server For information about using sparse files by database snapshots, see Database Snapshots. Dropping a database snapshot clears the plan cache for the instance of SQL Server. Clearing the plan cache causes a recompilation of all subsequent execution plans and can cause a sudden, temporary decrease in query performance. This message is logged every five minutes as long as the cache is flushed within that time interval. To drop a database published for transactional replication, or published or subscribed to merge replication, you must first remove replication from the database.

Move the switch next to Data to the Yes position to restore actual table data, large-object contents, and sequence values.

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Move the switch next to Post-data to the Yes position to restore definitions of indexes, triggers, rules, and constraints other than validated check constraints. Move the switch next to Only data to the Yes position to limit the restoration to data. Move the switch next to Only schema to limit the restoration to schema-level database objects. Move the switch next to Owner to the Yes position to exclude commands that set object ownership. Move the switch next to Privilege to the Yes position to exclude commands that create access privileges.

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Move the switch next to Tablespace to the Yes position to exclude tablespaces. Move the switch next to Comments to the Yes position to exclude commands that set the comments. Note: This option is visible only for database server greater than or equal to Move the switch next to Clean before restore to the Yes position to drop each existing database object and data before restoring. This ensures that either all the commands complete successfully, or no changes are applied. This option implies —exit-on-error.