*Free download to repair & preview recoverable Oracle database objects.
The software can recover damaged Oracle databases caused by file header corruption, disk failure, virus damage and other reasons, and recover data from inaccessible table spaces or tables.
The software supports to recover database tables, views, functions, stored procedures, triggers.
The software supports to search the database object of recovery, and can quickly find the specified database objects and preview and export them.
The software supports to recover Oracle 10g, 11g, 12c versions.
The software supports to recover deleted data from normal or corrupted Oracle databases and marks the deleted data.
CPUIntel i3 and above
Operating System For Windows(x64): Windows 10, 8.1, 8, 7, Windows Server 2012 / 2008 / 2003
Hard DiskAt least 300 MB of free space for software installation
Installation and use
This software can be used on a single device
The trial version of the software allows the preview of all recovered data but does not support export
A: 1. Install and run DBR for Oracle..
2. Select the database file to be recovered and click "Recover".
3. Preview the recovered database.
4. Export the data to Oracle database or export to CSV file.
A: You can preview the recovered data directly without Oracle installed in the system.
A: You can save the recovered data as CSV file without Oracle installed in the system. If you need to save the recovered database to a newly created database, you must provide a known database connection information.
A: DBR for Oracle recovers a corrupted Oracle database without changing or affecting user data.
A: Yes, you can recover the database version as long as it is within the scope of the database version supported by the software. But DBR for Oracle does not support exporting data from a higher-version database to a lower-version database.
A: Due to the limitations of the Oracle engine, CSV files cannot be imported into Oracle when there are character set problems or BLOB/CLOB fields in the table. At this case, you can import CSV files into MySQL first then migrating to Oracle, or select the option of exporting to database in DBR for Oracle