Best Way to Restore Deleted Records in SQL Database
In this blog, I am going to talk about how to restore deleted records in SQL database using commands.
I will also share the guide of an automated software to recover deleted SQL data even without having the backup.
Restore Deleted Records in SQL Database Using SQL Recovery Tool
SysTools SQL Database Recovery software is an effective and trusted tool that is highly recommended by Microsoft MVPs in recovering deleted data from a corrupt MDF/ NDF database from MS SQL Server.
Its highly advanced scan functionality examines highly corrupted SQL files or restore deleted data. The software also lets you have a preview of all the SQL objects.
You can even export the data directly to SQL server or generate SQL scripts.
How to Restore Deleted Records in SQL Database Using The Software
Here is the guide to recover deleted records in SQL database using the SysTools SQL Recovery software.
Step-1: Install and launch Tool on your system and click on Open.
Step-2: Browse for the MDF file from your system and then choose any Scan mode according to your need.
Step-3: After scanning, the tool will show you the preview of all the scanned objects. Click Export to open Export wizard.
Step-4: Provide all the details and specify how you want to export the SQL data and click on Export.
As you can see mysqlbinlog command can’t help you if you are not having the active log and mysqldump command cannot guarantee the restore the deleted SQL. Hence, it is advise to go for an automated software.