Do you recover data using your SQL Server transaction logs?

Some of the key benefits of Lumigent's novel log-based approach include:

  • Identify the source of any data, schema or permissions change
  • Analyze your database with complete access to the transaction log
  • Use powerful filters to quickly find and solve user and application errors
  • Audit without the overhead of triggers
  • Recover a single row or an entire table while your database remains online

The solution to a variety of database problems is hiding in SQL Server's transaction log. We say "hiding" because the transaction log is an undocumented binary file. Log Explorer is the first and only product able to use the log information to selectively recover data, analyse user and application problems, and audit activity; all without run-time overhead.

Since learning about Log Explorer SSW has enjoyed a pain-free method for data recovery and analysis.  Though we still have a great backup system in place, knowing that we'll never have to lose data by going to our last back up is very comforting. Amongst SSW DBAs it quickly became our favourite SQL Server utility as its ability to investigate transactions and roll back database changes continues to saved us time and money. But don't take our word for it! SSW invites you to try Log Explorer on your own SQL Servers and see for yourself how easy it is to roll back changes and recover dropped or truncated tables using your transaction logs. 
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If you've got any questions please don't hesitate to contact me on 02 9953 3000. For more information on Log Explorer please go to

Kyall Mai
Log Explorer Product Manager
Phone: 02 9953 3000 Fax: 02 9953 3105