Professional MS Project Server Recovery software that recovers all your project information, including projects, particular resources and custom fields, from various Project workspace sites in your web application.
The software allows you to easily recover either all documents or a selected group of documents in the project workspaces in your Project Web App (PWA) site. This option can be used to recover specific documents from the document libraries if you do not require recovering the entire PWA instance of your web application.
The tool repairs the content database and other four dedicated databases corresponding to a specific PWA instance, including Project Server Draft database, Archive database, Published database, and Reporting database. It helps you smoothly recover all your project workspace site data, including issues, risks, documents, and deliverables.
The software facilitates absolute MS Project Server Recovery and provides you the preview of all recoverable documents in the content database attached to your web application. When you double-click on a particular document in the right pane after scanning, you will see a window showing the preview of that selected document.
The Software allows you to attach the recovered content database to a new web application. The new web application should have enough free space available to accommodate the content database (at least three times the size of your content database).
The tool gives you the option to repair another PWA instance in the same web application. This saves you considerable amount of time required to run the software each time for repairing multiple PWA instances.
The software maintains log of the Project Server Recovery process to give you details of the actions performed by the application. You can either save this log at any desired location or clear the log at any point of time.
* Free Download offers free evaluation of the software & preview all the lost database files that can be recovered by the software.
Followings are the important points to remember while repairing data from corrupt Project Server using Stellar Phoenix Project Server Recovery software.
Selecting the appropriate Recovery Mode.
You have two recovery modes, such as 'Document Recovery' and 'Complete Recovery'.
Choose for Document Recovery when the Project Server Web Application is in the functional state, but some of its documents are damaged or corrupt. If the Project Server is entirely damaged, go for 'Complete Recovery'. Selecting Complete Recovery enables you to repair corruption or damage in all the five Project Server databases, namely:
Stop the running MS SQL Server as the software will not operate, if the corrupt Project Server database is attached to the SQL Server.
Check and delete any unnecessary Web Applications, PWA Instances, Databases, and Paths in your current Project Server. Also, if recovered site collections exist in other content database then first detach the content database then continue with the repair process.
The Content Database is recovered first, afterwards new Web Application is created by the user, where a new PWA site is created and the rest four databases are recovered.
Ensure that the location you select to store the repaired Content Database must have enough free space of at least thrice the size of the existing content database.
After the document transfer from the corrupt PWA instance to the newly created Web Application is complete, manually edit all the Project Workspace site addresses. Also check the PWA instances and other Site Collection links.
Stellar Phoenix Project Server Recovery software does not run if the project database is attached with the MS SQL Server. Therefore, you need to make a copy of the database to start repairing.
Once the scanning process gets completed, the software shows the list of all the recoverable documents of the site in a tree structure. From there, you can choose the document and start the recovery operation.
Repair and save the SharePoint MDF database file. When you are done, you will be asked whether you want to attach it to the website.
Click the 'Yes' button to attach the database. A dialog box will be displayed.
>Provide the website URL, the name of the database file, and the SQL Server instance name in the respective text boxes.
>Click the 'OK' button, when done. The MDF file will be attached to the website.
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