SQL Server Transaction Log Analysis Tool

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Open & read SQL Server database transaction log file with SQL Server log analyzer tool

  • Quicky analyze & view log file in SQL Server.
  • Auto locate associated primary database file (MDF).
  • Export as SQL database, SQL script and CSV file.
  • Preview transaction, time, table name, transaction name etc.
  • View SQL Server log file without SQL Server environment.
  • Provides Dynamic filter option to export selective Transactional records
  • Software works on both online and offline database environment
  • Support SQL Server 2019 and all the below versions.

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Essential Features Of SQL Server Log Analyzer Tool


Preview Of SQL LDF File

The tool provides preview of LDF file thorough details of all transactions made in SQL database like; INSERT, DELETE, UPDATE etc. and provide details associated to it like Transaction Name, Time, Table Name etc. Thus, detect probable reason of corruption in SQL Server database.Learn More


Perform Database Recovery

To save time of scanning entire SQL database you can opt to use SQL log analyzer tool. You have to provide latest log file containing last transaction details and associated MDF file. The tool will scan and analyze all the details and export entire data in SQL Server compatible script format.Learn More

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Auto Detect MDF File

Once you load the LDF file in SQL Server log reader tool, the software will auto detect the associated primary database file (MDF file) if it is saved in the same location. You can add log file & primary database file of any size there is no such file size restriction on the software.Learn More

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Frequently Asked Questions

Yes. Our tool supports SQL Server 2019, 2017, 2016, 2014, 2012 database & below versions. So it will definitely work on your database as well.
SQL Server installation in your system is not needed if you just want to analyze transaction details. But, in case you want to export the data to SQL Server database you need SQL Server environment.
No, SQL log analyzer requires both LDF and associated MDF file, only LDF file will not work for this tool so make sure that both LDF and MDF file are loaded properly.
Yes of course it is. It will show you all the changes and entries made in the database using the SQL log file and associated MDF file. Make sure that log file has last transaction details and is the latest one.
No, there is no restriction on file size of MDF or LDF file, you can view large SQL Server transaction log file without any bar.
Yes, SQL Server log reader tool supports all Windows based Operating Systems including Windows 10.