SQL Database Recovery

Restore corrupt or inaccessible MS SQL Databases with this software.

sql-database-repair-iconStellar Phoenix SQL Database Recovery is a user-friendly utility with a plethora of options to safely recover data from damaged or corrupt SQL databases. The software is equipped to carry out precise database recovery through non-destructive mechanisms, making it possible for you to get back all your database objects intact.

SQL Database Recovery helps you salvage all your mission critical information in the event of SQL corruption. The software initially performs a scan to analyze your database components and find out the parts that are severely damaged. It then repairs the corruption and displays the recoverable objects in a tree structure. You can select the objects from this tree and preview them in the main interface. This feature makes it easy for you to verify the results of scanning and consequently, judge the efficacy of the tool.

After previewing recovered objects, you can choose to save the newly created SQL database to any desired location of your choice. The software’s non-destructive approach and user-friendly interface makes it a reliable and powerful SQL recovery application. It includes an additional function that enables you to selectively recover database objects.

The software is specifically designed for the novice user and has instructions for every option to give you a better understanding of the product. The repair process time may vary depending on the length of the SQL database and the severity of corruption. Generally, the software quickly performs a scan to give results within the least possible time.

SQL Database Recovery also allows the saving the queries of views, stored procedures, etc. in a separate text file. Moreover, you can recover your NDF file components and perform an absolute database recovery.

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System Requirements

OS: Windows XP,Vista,7,8
Version: 6.2
License: Free to try
File Size: 6.1 Mb
Submited: 03/12/2016
Price: $349.00

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