SQL Server Transaction Log Viewer

A Forensics Tool to Read SQL Server Database Transaction Logs

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A Complete SQL Server Transaction Log Reader Tool at $999

Dynamic Features of SQL Server Transaction Log File Viewer

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Analyze & Recover SQL Log File

SQL Server log file viewer quickly scans and recover the log file data. To perform this action the SQL Transaction Log analyzer only require for last backup of log file with its assosciated MDF file. After completing recovery process the tool provides you the option to export your data.

Preview .ldf file

Preview SQL Log File Components

Once the SQL Log file successfully scanned, the SQL transaction log analyzer will show all the components like: Insert, Delete, Update etc with their details such as; class, id, name and status. Also the tool will preview Transaction, Time, Table Name and Transaction Query.

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Export Selective SQL Log File Items

To recover Selective items from SQL transaction Log file you can check or uncheck database items and export SQL log files in three different ways:

  • Export as SQL Server database
  • Export as SQL compatible scripts
  • Export as CSV file

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Various Options to Sort the LDF Files

The sorting feature of SQL database log viewer makes it unique in the field of the SQL Transaction Log Reader tools. Auto sorting option is one of the major features available.

support windows 8.1

Supports all Windows Versions

The SQL transaction log analyzer supports windows. So the SQL database log viewer supports all the available versions from 32 bit to 64 bit Windows Operating System.

support all SQL versions

Frequently Work with SQL Server Versions

The SQL log file analyzer can read database transaction log file of all the SQL versions from 2017, 2016, 2014, 2012, 2008 & 2005.

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, the SQL Server transaction log viewer supports SQL 2017 and its previous versions.
Yes, SQL database log viewer can work with live SQL Server environment.
Yes, the SQL Server log file explorer doesn't require for SQL Server enviornment in forensics analysis of a transaction log file.
Yes, the SQL transaction log reader recovers the data from corrupted LDF files also.

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Client Testimonials

It is asserted that the SQL Log file should be preserved for the recovery purpose for the future. At last, I was also troubling with the unreadable log file. I found this tool helpful, who helped me out with this problem. Thank you for developing such foresic utility.
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Project Manager
After a long search on internet and working with SQL database tools I found this utility very helpful. Software can also be used as forensics purposes. I used this tool for forensics analysis of my SQL log files data and got best results.

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IT Manager UK
Alejo Galletti