SQL Server LDF File Viewer Tool

log analyzer

SQL log reader software provides an advanced solution to analyze SQL Server transaction log file and recover SQL database from LDF file.

  • Preview complete log activity: Transaction, Time, Name
  • View SQL log file transactions: INSERT, DELETE, UPDATE etc.
  • Recover SQL Server databases from .ldf files easily
  • Auto detect of MDF file if present in the same location
  • Export data to SQL Server, compatible scripts or as CSV file
  • Quick scanning of LDF file is available
  • No file size limitation: Tested upto 1.5 TB LDF & MDF file size

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Eminent Features of SQL Server Log Reader Tool

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Analyze SQL Log File

The software provides the facility to open SQL Server LDF file that lets users find if any transaction is corrupted. It shows the details like transaction name, table name, time of the transaction and the related queries.

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Add LDF & MDF Files

You can add a single .ldf file to SQL log file viewer and the software will automatically identify the related .mdf file if both files are at the same place. Otherwise, you have to manually add the .mdf file by browsing it.

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Recover Data From LDF File

You just need to fetch the last backup of transaction log file associated with the primary database file. Tool will perform a quick scan and after scanning it allow users to export selective recovered data.

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Yes, SQL LDF recovery software allows users to export data according to transaction: Insert, Update and Delete.
No, the software can recover data from log file without SQL Server environment. However, if you want to export recovered data into SQL database then you must have live environment.
The free SQL LDF viewer is available to test its functionality. However, the freeware version allows users to only open SQL Server transaction log file. If you are completely satisfied with its working, then you can go for the license version of product which is available at a nominal rate.
No, MS SQL LDF file reader has no file size restriction. The users can recover and analyze LDF file data of any size without any concern.