Recover Corrupt MySQL Database files efficiently and with ease
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The user can repair and recover all the corrupt database file (.frm & .idb) efficiently and easily. The utility software can easily recover all the database objects like tables, table properties, views, triggers, data types etc. It is highly capable to recover inaccessible and corrupt MySQL database.
The free MySQL database Repair tool is capable to recover tables of InnoDB(.frm, .idb, ,ibdata) and MyISAM(.frm, .myi, .myd) storage engine. The tool can easily recover table properties, relationship constraints, and keys of both InnoDB and MyISAM storage engines.
One of the salient features of this tool is that the user can preview the recovered data prior to save it. He/She can preview all the recovered database objects from the recovery process. It offers a tree-structured layout of the recovered MySQL data. From here you can select and save files that you want.
The MySQL Recovery Tool offers two saving options to the user. The user can directly save it to the MySQL server database by providing Server, Port, Username, and password or they can save it as a script by providing the desired saving location for that script.
The Recovery tool supports the database created using the Linux operating system. All you need to do is to copy all the database folders and paste them to your windows directory and then select them for recovery process using the MySQL Repair tool.
The tool is widely compatible with all the Windows Operating Systems. It also supports all the database files created by any edition of the MySQL. If you are using a different version of MySQL and wants to repair database of any prior version then you can easily do it.
Free MySQL Database Recovery Tool is also available for demo. Users can directly download it and they can judge all the features and its working. The Demo version includes all the salient features as the licensed version except the saving option for the recovered database object. The user can only preview the recovered database files but he/she cannot save that data. For saving that recovered data they have to go for the full/licensed version rather going for the free version.
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