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Data and object manipulation - Work with data and objects stored in backups, just like with live databases including accessing, changing and deleting them

ApexSQL Restore - Your backups restored with less time and space | Work with SQL backups as live databases | Quickly. Easily

If you can’t find documents on Share Point and they are not in the Recycle Bin, they may have been deleted by the site administrator or simply expired after 30 days. Even so, there is still a way to recover all of your lost/deleted data files, even if you don’t have or aren’t able to restore the SharePoint database backup. ApexSQL Recover is a tool that can recover deleted files from any live SQL Server database and transaction log, including your SharePoint database. Read more...

Attach both native and natively compressed SQL database and transaction log backups as live databases, accessible via SQL Server Management Studio, Visual Studio or any third party tool. Mount single or multiple backup files including full, differential and transaction log backups and increase your productivity in continuous integration environments, quickly revert inadvertent or malicious changes and balance heavy report loads. Get a 14-day free trial at…

Support for multiple data source types - Attach full and differential database backups and transaction log backups as live databases

ApexSQL Diff - Dare to compare | Compare and synchronize SQL database objects | Automate and schedule database migrations | Compare SQL databases, backups, source control labels and scripts | Deploy a database directly to or from source control | Version your database nightly and rollback changes to any point in time

Auto-complete object details - Check the object’s definition without backtracking. View object's description as you type.

Streamlined management - Bring mounted databases online and offline, or remove them in a single click

Pre-impact analysis - Review the impact of the database synchronization script before it is executed.