Let us take a peek into some salient features of this utility:
Databases Recovery at Default Location
The software automatically collects and lists all databases stored at the default location of DB2. When you select the desired database to be recovered, the software rigorously scans the corrupt database through fast and efficient algorithms and displays all objects in a three-pane structure. You can choose to recover selected components or the complete database.
Manual Selection and Recovery of DB2 Databases
This tool facilitates manual selection of DB2 databases from any location in your system. you need to select the SQLDBDIR folder, data folder and container of the database to be recovered. You can save the recovered database and associated containers to any desired location in the system.
Preview of DB2 Database Objects
The software shows the preview of all the recovered objects before finally saving them to your system. You can preview the contents of tables, views, triggers, and other objects by selecting the desired item from the left pane. This gives you an insight of the actual recovery results.
Selective Recovery of DB2 Objects
The software offers selective recovery of DB2 objects and saves you from the arduous task of recovering the complete database when you only need a few specific objects from your database. You can select the objects to be recovered after the completion of scan. The software then saves these objects to the specified location.
Options to Save Recovered Data
The tool allows saving the recovered DB2 databases to their original location or any other location of your choice. You can also specify a destination path for the database containers and save them separately from the SQLDBDIR and data folder.
Maintains and Saves Log Report
The software records all the activities performed during the DB2 repair process in a recovery log. The log report provides you the complete details of the recovery process. You can either save the log report to a desired location or clear this log at any point of time