How to apply sql database recovery?

By oleskurilenko ·
Databases in my MS SQL Server 2014 have a condition - suspend, according to SQL Management Studio. I can't bring them into a work state through standard procedures. I used third-party tools, but they didn't give a result. Function "Database Utilities | Compact and Repair Database" doesn't work. How to extract data from corrupted databases?

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SQL Recovery Solution by MVP (Pinal Dave)

by Jamesmith In reply to How to apply sql database ...

I have found a reserach for SQL Recovery by MVP (Pinal Dave), May be it will help you :

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Quick data recovery results from database

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Data is an important fact to everyone and database collect lots of important facts. If the database has any problem, don't take any risk call data recovery provider.

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How to reccover sql database?

by barts814 In reply to How to apply sql database ...

I would like to suggest you RecoveryFix for SQL database recovery tool that is specially designed for such purposes. You can try their trial version and they apparently show you the restored database, and if you do see your lost tables then you can safely save them too. More details you can visit this site and also read this post

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MS SQL is an application

by myplast1 In reply to How to apply sql database ...

MS SQL is an application produced by Microsoft which is used broadly for efficient data management by many organizations around the world and has really become an indispensable need of users all over. SQL or the Structured Query Language helps the users to query the databases and also to easily retrieve information from databases that had been made already. In this MS SQL Server, the files are saved in .mdf file format.
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