Effectively Analyze LDF File
SQL LDF viewer software enable users to view and analyze log activity like Insert, update, delete, etc., in SQL server database. One can easily view LDF file of SQL server without any complications.
Instant SQL .ldf File Recovery
Instead of performing complete scanning of file, one directly have to select their previous backup of SQL log file. SQL server log reader tool can scan and store entire data in SQL Server compatible format.
Export file as SQL Database
LDF file reader needs a valid credentials of database like server name, password, etc., for directly exporting LDF file queries to SQL database. Moreover, for avoiding overwriting in database one should export data on some new location.
Provide 3 Export Options
SQL server log file viewer provide its users with three alternatives for exporting queries as SQL file:
Export Particular Log Tables
LDF file recovery can be performed in a selective manner by making use of this software. Check or uncheck the tables, which user wants to export or not export from source log file.
Work in Absence of SQL Server
LDF file viewer provide functioning like viewing LDF files, analyze LDF file, etc. only when the SQL server is in offline mode. In addition, it provides the forensic analysis of Log files for examining activities performed on SQL server.
Supported by All Windows
SQL LDF reader is a Windows-based application, which is easily supported by all latest versions of Windows i.e. Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 8, and all earlier versions.
Auto-detect Related MDF File
With this tool, SQL server open LDF file that consist of MDF files. In other words, the software detects all the mdf files related to each transaction log files and also, one can easily browse MDF file from different location.
Preview SQL Server Log File
Before proceeding further, one can preview log file transactions by making use of SQL LDF file reader. Users can completely view each transactions held in the log file.
Support Log File of Any Size
The demo version of SQL LDF viewer, allowing users to read, view, and analyze transaction log files of any size limit. As such, there does not exist any file size limitation because software is designed in such a manner that it supports log file of any size.
How to view SQL LDF files was the question, which was making me tensed since two-three weeks. After sometime, I came across SQL LDF Viewer software with help of which I was easily able to view log file in SQL server. Thanks to the software developers for coming up with such a productive tool.
I came across many applications while searching for a viewer with help of which I could read the activity of my log files. Actually, the product has reached up to my satisfaction level, in fact more than that. Moreover, software is embedded with all features that are used for handling log files. Heads-off to the developers that they have initiated such product.
Megan Hammond- London