Know all the features and services offered by the most efficient MySQL Database Recovery tool.
Multiple Saving Modes The Kernel for MySQL Database recovery offers multiple save options like, "Create New Database" and "Save Data Into Existing Database" for adding the flexibility in dealing with new and existing database files.
Restore in Online/Offline Mode To restore your recovered data in the root folder of MySQL Server, then choose online mode through MySQL Settings option, whereas select Batch File Mode to restore your data on local disk in offline mode.
Test Server Connection Settings Using the software interface, you can test the server connectivity by entering the data into the mentioned fields such as Server Host, Port, User, and Password. After pressing the Test Connection button, you will get "Connection parameters are correct" message if the connection settings are accurate.
View Table Properties Kernel for MySQL Database recovery offers you facility to view recovered database table properties with just a single click. You can look at the tables, triggers, primary keys, and views of database tables. The software also has the provision of generating MySQL queries used in the various properties.
Error Logs During the recovery process, some files are left unsaved due to some issues present in those files. For tracking such incidences, the software has an inbuilt functionality of capturing the error logs. The error logs efficiently manage and capture all the issues and errors occurred during the recovery process.
Preview of Objects after Recovery The software facilitates its user with the facility to have a clear preview of database objects after finishing the scan operation. The left panel of the software interface display the objects in the tree-structured list and you can easily have a clear preview of all the desired items you need.
The recovery procedure of database files consists of three easy steps, which are Browse, Recover, and Save. Follow these simple steps and get the trusted results:
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