Represents the backup set.
Assembly: Microsoft.SqlServer.Smo (in Microsoft.SqlServer.Smo.dll)
Gets the date and time the backup operation finished.
Gets the backup media set.
Gets the unique backup set identification number that identifies the backup set.
Gets the backup set type whose value can be Database, Differential, Log, FileOrFilegroup.
Gets the size of the backup set, in bytes.
Gets the date and time when the backup operation started.
Gets a value that indicates whether the backup set is the first in a continuous chain of log backups.
Gets the log sequence number of the log record where redo must start.
Gets the total byte count of the backup stored on disk.
Gets the log sequence number of the most recent full database backup.
Gets the unique ID of the database where the backup was taken.
Gets the name of the database involved in the backup operation.
Gets the description of the backup set.
Gets the unique identifier of the differential base for a single-based differential backup.
Gets the base log sequence number for differential backups.
Gets the date and time the backup set expires.
Unique ID of the original database at creation.
Gets the log sequence number of the first or oldest log record in the backup set.
Gets the ID of the starting recovery fork.
Gets the log sequence number of the fork point, if FirstRecoveryForkID is not equal to last RecoveryForkID.
Gets a value that indicates whether the backup contains bulk-logged data.
Gets a value that indicates whether the backup is a tail log backup with incomplete metadata.
Gets a value that indicates whether the backup set is copy-only.
Gets a value that indicates whether damage to the database was detected when this backup was created, and the backup operation was requested to continue despite errors.
Gets a value that indicates whether the database was offline when the backup was taken.
Gets a value that indicates whether the database was read-only at the time of backup.
Gets a value that indicates whether the backup was taken using the SNAPSHOT option.
Gets the log sequence number of the next log record after the backup set.
Gets the name of the computer where the backup was taken.
Gets name of the backup set.
Gets the backup set position used in the restore operation to locate the position of appropriate backup set in the file.
Gets the ID of the ending recovery fork.
Gets the name of the server where the backup was taken.
Gets the Microsoft SQL Server version where the backup was taken.
Gets the identification number of the software vendor writing the backup media header.
Gets the name of the user who performed the backup operation.
Any public static (Shared in Visual Basic) members of this type are thread safe. Any instance members are not guaranteed to be thread safe.