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i discovered that my web site has all java scripts are now deleted!!!! what should i do???

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You're doing it wrong … – Nerdling Aug 28 '09 at 17:55

Put them back, and take more care of 'em next time.

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Upvote for the simplicity and fact that it brought a smile to my face :) – Greg Meehan Aug 28 '09 at 18:49

Restore from the backups which you, of course, made, since you know that keeping backups is critical.

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  • Hope that your hosting company does tape backups?
  • Redeploy from your test environment (you do have a test environment right)?
  • Rewrite them?
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