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SecureRecovery for SQL supports many versions of SQL Server, saving all recovered data into reliable new SQL scripts you can use to rebuild the database entirely. The advantages of this software include:
Microsoft SQL databases are essential for many businesses, and when corruption threatens a database’s ability to function, only a reliable data recovery method can ensure full functionality. SecureRecovery for SQL allows you to run all repair tasks in-house, on local systems, offering an effective solution for damaged SQL Server databases.
This software restores virtually every element of a damaged SQL Server database, including:
In addition to the general recovery operation, SecureRecovery for SQL comes bundled with a separate Data Browser for more targeted repair tasks. The Data Browser isolates and extracts specific items, so it makes an ideal choice when you know exactly what data you need, or when dealing with particularly large databases.
The demo version of SecureRecovery for SQL is a useful tool for determining the full range of recovery available for your database. The demo restores a sample of the file data, labelling everything else that can be saved with demo text. Download the demo for free to see what SecureRecovery for SQL can do for your corrupted database.
SecureRecovery for SQL provides dependable file repair for SQL databases, within realistic limits. Software limitations are:
The causes of corruption are too wide-ranging for any recovery software to address every case, but SecureRecovery for SQL is one of the most broadly effective utilities available. If your SQL files are damaged, order a copy of this repair tool for data recovery you can trust.
This software is compatible with a variety of Windows systems. Requirements include:
Standard License - Intended for small businesses and/or individuals.
To have more than one installation or service a larger domain, an appropriate number of additional licenses must be purchased.
Standard license limitations:
Business License - Intended for small or medium businesses.
To have more than three installations or service a larger domain, an appropriate number of additional licenses must be purchased.
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Repair your corrupt files by uploading them to our cloud-based platform. After upload, processing typically takes from a few seconds to a minute, after which the user is offered free and paid options for downloading the results of the recovery.
Dozens of file formats are supported, including Microsoft Word documents, Excel spreadsheets, PowerPoint presentations, Access databases, JPEG, GIF, TIFF, BMP, PNG and RAW images.
To find out whether this application will work for you, we recommend running the free demo, which can assess the condition of your SQL Server database. Review the output, then purchase a software license if Recovery for SQL Server will be able to restore your file.
A built-in restriction prevents the free demo from recovering usable data past a defined number of database rows. The program will recover rows up until it reaches this point, then replace all other recoverable rows with “demo” (for text fields) or null entries (for non-text fields).
Before running either the demo or the full version, make sure to back up your SQL Server databases. Remember that your SQL Server entries will not be recoverable if they are not present in the demo output (replaced by placeholders).
The program creates a series of SQL scripts, which you will need to process individually in order to reconstruct your database. The fastest way to do this is to run the batch file, which processes all of the scripts in sequential order. This batch file is located in the same folder as the recovered SQL scripts (the location of these files is set when you run Recovery for SQL Server).
Process the files in order, starting with schema.sql, then proceeding with dataNNNN.sql. We recommend using the batch file whenever possible.
This typically occurs if you are using SQL Server 2005, which uses sqlcmd.exe instead of the isql.exe and osql.exe utilities.
In order to execute our batch file and recreate the database automatically, please take the following steps. First, create a link to the sqlcmd.exe, name it isql.exe, and then re-run the commit.bat file. You can also manually edit the batch file to target sqlcmd.exe instead of isql.exe.
Recovery for SQL Server is only designed to repair SQL Server files, but we offer other tools for various database types. Visit our software page to view other options and to download free demos.
The differences between these files are as follows; MDF is the SQL Server Master data file, NDF is the SQL Server Secondary data file, and LDF is the SQL Server Transaction log file.
Recovery for SQL Server requires an MDF file in order to recover the database, backup and log, so if you do not have an MDF file, you cannot successfully restore your data.
However, if you have an NDF, please place it in the same directory as the MDF before you attempt the recovery. The program will use it to improve the quality of the output.
The LDF file will not be accessed or used by Recovery for SQL Server.
Yes. Please note that by default, Recovery for SQL Server will create no more than 9999 SQL scripts per session. You can change the maximum output by altering the MaxLines system registry value (type REG_DWORD) in the HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Recoveronix\MSSQLRecovery key. We do not recommend altering the registry key if you do not have experience with this process.
You can operate this application through the command line if you have an Enterprise or Service license, but not with the Standard license.
When writing batch files or using Recovery for SQL directly from the command line, use ‘?’ to represent single symbols/characters and ‘*’ to represent groups of characters. Do not use angle brackets. The call is msr.exe “”
Before running the application, please make sure that you have created an appropriate output directory. This ensures that the recovered files will be created properly.
Our data repair experts can solve the most difficult data corruption situations. Corrupted files are taken apart bit by bit, and recoverable data is reconstructed into a new file.
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