13.2. User Backup and Recovery Methods
There are a number of methods that database users and developers can use to back up and restore the data in their tables. While a good DBA has a comprehensive database backup and restore plan in place, there are a couple of reasons why database users might make their own backups:
The DBA is typically very busy and may not be able to respond to a user's request to restore data in a timely manner.
The type of backup a DBA typically performs is at an enterprise level— entire tablespaces rather than individual user objects—making it difficult to accommodate requests to restore individual objects.
In this section, we'll talk about two ways that database users can back up and restore the objects they own or objects ...