Inventions come from need.
Congratulations and thank you for sharing your science,
Its very interesting.
May be useful for other uses.
On Aug 26, 2010 9:11 AM, "Jangita" <jangita@stripped> wrote:
> On 26/08/2010 4:31 a, Jacob Steinberger wrote:
>> I found an answer without having to worry about complicated SQL
>> statements - it's more about managing the tables than the SQL.
> I usually just turn on binary logging, that way I have a record of
> anything that changes in the entire database and can re-construct or
> roll back (by reconstructing from beginning to the time I want) from the
> binary log.
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