Recoveronix has released the newest version of its database repair suite: DBRecovery 2010.
Aimed to meet the data recovery needs of companies running multiple database environments, the suite puts together twelve repair modules for various database formats ranging from Access to FileMaker and SQL Server to Oracle.
DBRecovery should be considered by all companies running virtualized and/or cross-platform integrated servers as the necessary element of disaster recovery strategy.
New data browsing capabilities make the suite useful as a data management tool for non-corrupted databases, going beyond the traditional repair functionality of the toolset.
The suite is also a must have tool for data recovery professionals who are offered a special 1-Year Service License to perform data recovery jobs for third parties.
All DBRecovery 2010 components have earned the 'Compatible with Windows 7' certificate by passing the rigorous tests under Microsoft guidelines.
New utility: Recovery for SQL Anywhere. DBRecovery now incorporates a new component for repairing databases created with SQL Anywhere Server by Sybase Corporation. Recovery for SQL Anywhere supports SQL Anywhere Server versions 9.x and 10.x, recovering table structure and data, data types and many other features.
Numerous algorithm improvements and bug fixes make database recovery utilities of DBRecovery 2010 more powerful and reliable than ever. Users are welcome to test these tools by downloading a free demo of DBRecovery suite at
Removed: Recovery for BizTalk and Recovery for Project Server are not included into DBRecovery suite anymore. These components are still available as standalone utilities on our website.
DBRecovery 2010 suite features important new Data Browser components for select database formats. Besides the traditional simple wizard-style user interface, the following database repair modules now have Data Browsers for advanced preview and granular recovery:
For these formats Data Browser is available from the OfficeRecovery start menu after the corresponding recovery utility has been installed.
After the database has been opened in Data Browser, a tree view of its items such as tables and keys is shown.
When browsing the tree, item preview and a SQL script for re-creating it are shown in the panes next to the tree view.
The items in the tree can be selectively marked for recovery. Once the items are selected, the sum of scripts representing the items can be exported and used for rebuilding the database.
It is also possible to switch between the quick and advanced repair modes. Quick mode is recommended for databases with minor corruption, while the advanced mode will do a more thorough (and slower) job on a heavily damaged data.
Note: referential integrity should be taken into consideration while performing a partial database recovery. Skipping items present in the original database may lead to integrity conflicts in the rebuilt database.
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