SysTools SQLite Database Recovery | Recover & Export Corrupt SQlite DB Files

SysTools SQLite Database Recovery | Recover & Export Corrupt SQlite DB Files

Using SQLite as an application file
format has its advantages, It helps with better performance, reduced application
costs and complexity, portability, accessibility Etc. But SQLite
databases are prone to corruption just like any other database files, sometimes
the corruption is not that severe, and hence the corruption can be fixed easily,
but in case of severe corruption, users have to depend on a reliable solution. So
we bring you an efficient solution, with SysTools SQLite database Recovery
Software. Now let’s check out the main features of
the software. Software successfully scans and restores database objects of huge DB
file, and also provides facility to preview all tables, Views, triggers of
SQLite or DB files supports ANSI and Unicode SQLite data formats, and the
tools supports Windows 10 and all the below versions. Now let’s check out the
Pre-Requisites before installing the Software. Make sure that your system is
having a minimum of 100 MB hard disk space, and the recommended RAM size
mentioned here, and also make sure that any of the mentioned Intel Pentium
processor or its equivalent is installed on your system. Now let’s install and run
the software to check it’s working process. The software opens with a simple and user-friendly interface. Click Open button from top menu, in order to open
Corrupt SQLite database from the saved location. After making the selection,
Click Open button. Now you can see the software will scan the database file, and
after the scanning completes successfully, click OK.
You can see database items on the left side pane,
After selecting desired checkbox option, hit export button from top menu to
initiate database recovery process, A small window appears with options to
export file to either Microsoft Access database,
SQLite database, or other database options. Selecting this
will give you a list of supported DSN. Microsoft Access, SQL database and SQLite database.
But before that you have to create user DSN to export the database. In order to create user DSN, you can go
to the link provided. A web page opens and here you can see the step-by-step
method of creating user DSN. Now let’s select Microsoft Access
Database option in our example and click OK button. Now the data type mapping
window appears and select SQLite data type and map it with the other data
types, depending on your requirements. After making the desired options, click
OK button to proceed. Then click browse button to choose a
destination path location, to save the Recovered output database files and then
click OK. Now you can see the database exporting
process in progress, and after the process completes successfully, Click OK Now let’s check out the output files,
Open the destination folder in which you have saved the files, and here you can
see the output files. We are looking forward to hearing from
you, Please share your valuable comments and suggestions below. And that’s it !, Hope you enjoyed the video Log on to the given product page for
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One comment

  1. Accidentally all table rows deleted, but that data available in db3 file but not visible in browser, how to restore that

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