Data Browser functionality has been added to Recovery for Oracle for easy data review and granular recovery. The product is now equipped with both classic wizard-style recovery user interface and the new Data Browser utility.
After initial analysis, Data Browser presents the selected Oracle database as a tree, accompanied with preview panes for looking into contents of tree items. When dealing with large databases, Data Browser may save a lot of time by allowing the operator to recover only what is needed, skipping unnecessary data. Data Browser may also be used for managing healthy non-corrupted databases — for example, selective backup or data export.
Please be aware that recovering selected parts of a database may result in data integrity issues in the resulting database. When processing a corrupted database with Data Browser, consider recovering data in a way that will preserve referential integrity. It is also strongly recommended to set aside an intact copy of the original corrupted database before proceeding with any recovery activity, even though Recovery for Oracle never alters the original data in any way.
Recovery for Oracle is also enhanced with a handy Database Creation Utility to help user with integrating results of recovery into a new Oracle database. Using Database Creation Utility is as simple as walking through steps of any other wizard. No special knowledge of Oracle database administration is required.
Full description of Recovery for Oracle features and a Data Browser screenshot is available on the product's website at
MediaHeal for Flash has been improved with new unique algorithms of image format detection and recovery, yielding more recovery results from corrupted flash media than ever.
MediaHeal for Flash is designed to work with such media as USB thumb drives and digital camera flash cards. Digital images are the most common type of files stored there. From JPEG files produced by nearly every digital camera in the world to BMP, PNG and TIFF files used for office applications, a lost picture can be a big problem. Fortunately, not anymore with the new MediaHeal for Flash.
Making use of new approaches stemming from years of experience in the data recovery software development, MediaHeal for Flash performs an advanced scan of corrupted flash drive and detects lost image files. As soon as files are detected, they are available for preview and recovery.
For a full list of formats supported by MediaHeal for Flash please visit
PixRecovery is a utility of choice when it comes to repairing an individual corrupted JPEG, GIF, TIFF or BMP file. But what if the files that may need repairing are lost on a corrupted flash card?
From now on the solution is at every PixRecovery user's fingertips, because MediaHeal for Flash with advanced digital picture recovery capabilities comes as a standard bundled item with every copy of PixRecovery. Enjoy!
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