Recovery for Oracle has been updated to support the latest Oracle 11g databases.
Recovery for Oracle saves recovered data into SQL scripts. After that it's easy to roll them on a blank database with the tool's built-in Database Creation Manager or using custom administrative scripts.
Oracle database administrators will also appreciate the added capability of data recovery from databases created with auto management of space segmentation parameter enabled (SEGMENT_SPACE_MANAGEMENT = AUTO).
Full description of new and standard features of Recovery for Oracle is available at
After a period of availability as a public beta, Recovery for SQL Anywhere is now officially released.
Since the first beta release in August 2009 a few important updates have been made to accommodate requests from our customers. The database recovery tool now supports the following data types: decimal/numeric, money, smallmoney, sysname and uniqueidentifierstr.
In addition to new data types, the release of Recovery for SQL Anywhere is notable for its high quality and accuracy of recovery results. Recovering data from a corrupted database is done in a few clicks, and recovery results are saved as a set of SQL scripts ready to be used for rebuilding the database.
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Recovery for FileMaker has been enhanced with an important feature: recovery of embedded media files.
Now every picture, audio, video or some other media file lost in a corrupted FileMaker table has its chance to be recovered by Recovery for FileMaker.
The new Recovery for FileMaker also supports FileMaker Pro 10, in addition to previously supported FileMaker Pro versions 9, 8, 7, 6 and 5.5.
For full list of Recovery for FileMaker features and a free demo please visit the product website at
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