Read SQL Server Transaction Log File & Extract Data from Log File With SQL Log Viewer
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SQL Server stores its data in two different files formats. The first one is master database file (.mdf) which keeps physical entries and second is transaction log file (.ldf) which keeps all the transaction log activities. The log file contains very crucial information because it captures all the transaction log activities performed in a database. However, they cannot be easily read as a normal doc file. Therefore, SQL log file viewer is deployed when user wants to open SQL Server database transaction log file. The software has self-guided & navigable graphical user interface that makes it easy-to-operate utility. The freeware version of utility is available to only open and view SQL transaction logs.
Analyze SQL Log File (LDF)
View SQL database transaction log details like Delete, Insert, Update in a readabel formart in a structured data type manner.
Preview SQL Log Activities
Using SQL Server Database Transaction Log File Viewer, users can get information about -SQL Login Name, Transaction Name, Time of Transaction Execution, Table Name, Executed Query.
Export SQL Query
Export Database to three different platform:
Perform SQL Server Transaction Log Recovery
Perform deleted transaction log recovery of SQL database by analysing log file transaction DELETE operation and easily restore deleted data records back into SQL Server.
No Need of SQL Server
View SQL log file transactions without SQL Server live environment as well as recover and export the data on local machine in SQL compaible scripts.
Export Records of Need Only
This feature helps to save your time by exporting seleted tables as per your need. Thus this selective Export feature prevent wastage of user's precious time.
Supports SQL Server 2019
The Microsoft SQL Server Transaction Log Viewer is engineered to read .ldf file of Microsoft SQL Server 2019, 2017, 2016, 2014, 2012, 2008 and SQL Server 2005 as well as it setup on Windows OS.
Filter & Sort Log Attributes
The SQL log file reader helps to sort the elements according to there type like tables, transcastions operations, Date, Time, Tables
It is preferred to recover deleted data from SQL Server transaction log file using SQL log analyzer tool.
The SQL log file reader analyzes log file (.ldf) transactions and automatically detects the associated MDF files that are corrupted. This avoids the scanning of entire MDF files in the database which would otherwise take more time. The recovery process speeds up because of the following characteristics of log files:
|SQL Server||2019, 2017, 2016, 2014, 2012, 2008 R2, 2008, 2005 & 2000|
|Win OS||10, 8.1, 8, 7 & All Below Versions|
|Hard Disk Space||100 MB|
Steven Andrick, Melbourne
The SQL Server Log File Viewer not only helps in detecting corruption roots in SQL database files but also helps in forensic analysis of a SQL Server log file to a greater extent. My experience of working with SQL transaction log analyzer was awesome as it helped in resolving a case by analyzing the LDF file of SQL Server 2000 thoroughly. I would suggest this software solution to all forensic investigative authorities as well.
I had some table's in my database which was accessible to many users. While I was making a report I inqueried records from my tables and I found that there are some records which are missing from my tables. I tried fn_dblog() but it is not helpful as it do not provide nay relevant information. At last I tried this SQL transaction log viewer and tracked all users who deleted records from my database tables.In fact, the freeware tool is also available that provide the preview of Log file details.
Serena Asquith, Chicago
SQL Server Log file play an important role in detection and rectification of actual cause behind database corruption. When all the implemented methods failed to recover corrupted master.mdf file, I took assistance of the SQL Log Analyzer tool to View the transaction logs and it instantly helped in eliminating the issue. Thanks to Developers for building such forensic utility.