Recover corrupted DBF of Oracle database created by Oracle 9i/10g/11g
Quick Recovery for Oracle Database
Quick Recovery Application to retrieve the lost data of the Oracle Database is a user-friendly and appropriate application that easily retrieves the corrupt database created by the Oracle 9i/10g/11g and also supports the .DBF file format. Different lost and inaccessible files can be retrieved with this utility quite efficiently as it has all the advance and qualitative features. This application runs an exhaustive process of scanning to analyze and recover all the lost database. Eventually all the recovered data will be saved in the form of SQL files so that one can rebuild and it can also be done manually or by generating the batch files Import.bat.
Salient features of Quick Recovery for Oracle Database:
Effective recovery of inaccessible and lost Oracle database (.DBF) files
Interactive interface provided to the user to perform the process for the data retrieval.
Provides preview of files before progressing towards restoration
Efficiently saves recovered data in SQL script
Competently recovers Schemas, Tables, Index, Views, Triggers, Constraints, Primary key, foreign keys, Function and Procedures.
This application is engendered with the unique Guided File Excavation Technology
Easily saves the recovered DBF file(s) at preferred location of the user
It allows users to directly import the recovered data in database by using auto generated Import.bat file
Perfectly supports Oracle 9i/10g/11g
Windows 8, Windows Server 2008, Server 2003 and Windows XP, Windows 7, Vista.
800 MHZ Processor or higher.
512 MB (Windows XP & Server 2003)
1 GB ( Windows 8, Windows Server 2008, Windows 7 & Vista)
50 MB available Hard Disk space
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How does it works:
Quick Recovery Utility for the Oracle Database is a competent Recovery tool for the Oracle database. It fosters complete data retrieval and restoration of all the corrupt and inaccessible .DBF files:
Animated Video - ORACLE (.DBF file) Recovery Software
Once user is done with the downloading and installation of this tool, he or she will get the software screen on his/her working system. User will be required to select/browse the Oracle database (.dbf) file, which is basically the main step of this Application. After he/she selects the file then this tool analyzes the file. Afterwards, Oracle Database Recovery tool starts recovering the data and then it shows all the data in a view-dialog box. User can also check all the contents of the folders just by selecting the folder from the tree-like structure. Now the end-user can save the data but needs to specify the location. Client can also recreate the database by clicking on Import.bat.
Three techniques through which complete data recovery will be done:
Recover only SYS Schema
Recover Schemas (excluding SYS Schema)
Recover all Schemas (Not Recommended. This would lead to high memory usage)
Note: It is strictly recommended to install Quick Recovery for Oracle Utility at the system on which Oracle is installed.
Why use Quick Recovery for Oracle Database?
Quick Recovery Tool for the Oracle database is based on the Guided File Excavation Technology (GFETCh), which effectively assists in locating all the inaccessible files at the ease. Additionally, this exquisite program offers the interactive interface to the client with the accessibility of a demo edition. The utility encompasses the best and the most reliable trustworthy features that efficiently supports the effortless retrieval and restoration of the data.