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How demo version differ from full version?

 

Stellar Phoenix Oracle Recovery is available in two versions: Demo and Full. The Demo version of the software extensively scans the corrupt database and lists all recoverable objects in a tree structure. Thereafter, you can select any object from this list to see its preview in the main interface.



The full version provides all privileges to the users. You can perform complete recovery of your corrupt Oracle database and save all the recovered objects in a newly created blank Oracle database at any desired location of your choice. (user need to purchase the software to receive copy of the full version of the software)


The software embraces a rich set of features to effectively repair corrupt Oracle databases and retrieve precious objects, such as tables, tablespaces, views, stored procedures, indexes, etc.


You can easily recover your corrupt Oracle database by following the series of steps as explained below:


 Start Stellar Phoenix Oracle Recovery. The main interface of the software is displayed along with a dialog box. Using the dialog box, you can either select an Oracle database for recovery or search and locate Oracle databases in any particular drive or volume.


NOTE: Initially, create a blank Oracle database in your system, where you can store all the recovered database objects.


 After selecting the database, click Scan File to start the scanning process. When the scanning process is completed, all recoverable objects in the Oracle database are arranged in a tree view in the left pane.


 When you click an object in the left pane, its preview appears in the right pane.


 Select the objects you need to recover and click Start Repair icon on the tool bar. A dialog box appears showing you the steps needed to be performed further.


 Specify the user name, password, and path of the newly created blank Oracle database.


 The software then establishes a safe connection and saves all recovered objects in the blank database.

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Last updated on March 5, 2013 with 2158 views

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