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Frequently Asked Question
Does the tool require a supporting application to run?
I wanted to know if I am required to install some sort of supporting application to run Sqlite Database Recovery software smoothly.
No, the software is a standalone tool and doesn't have dependency on any other application.
Yes, this software is fully functional with Windows 8 and below versions as well.
Yes, after recovery of Sqlite database from corruption or inaccessibility; software saves it into three formats; Access database, Sqlite database and MDF.
Yes, software recovers data from two types of files i.e. 'Sqlite.db', '.sqlite3' and '.sqlite' files.
Is it possible to recover .db database created under UNIX application?
I have a .db database created under UNIX application. Can I repair it using this software or does the software support only a specific number of platforms?
Yes, software repairs Sqlite.db database regardless of the application it has been created under. It supports .sqlite database created on UNIX, LINUX, Mac, Android, iOS etc.; and via any email client applications.
Can I install the tool on my Mac machine?
I am looking for a product which can repair my Sqlite.db database created on Mac machine. Can I use this tool on Mac OS X?
No, ours is a Windows based utility and only repairs databases on a Windows machine. However, you can bring the Sqlite.db file from your Mac machine to a Windows based computer with the help of any removable storage device.
Data Source Name better known as DSN is an Open Database Connectivity (ODBC) which contains data structure information about a specific database. In Sqlite Database Recovery you can export recovered data into .mdb, .sqlite and .mdf with the help of DSN registry. To know more about how to create a new DSN for a specific database CLICK HERE
You can only add one database at a time for recovery.
Does the software enforce any size limitation for database?
Is there a size limitation imposed on the database that the software accepts for recovery as I am having a corrupted database of very large size?
No, software does not enforce any size limitation on the database for recovery. You can repair Sqlite databases of any size without trouble.
Yes, all data from Sqlite database is recovered by the tool such as tables, views, triggers, transactions, schema, row, column etc.
Is SQL Server environment needed to export database as MDF?
What if I choose the option to export my recovered Sqlite database file as an MDF? Do I need to have an SQL Server environment available to do so?
No, you don't necessarily need to have SQL Server environment to export database as MDF. You can export recovered database into MDF via creating a DSN for it. DSN will let you save the data in MDF format. But All DSN need their respective driver installed on machine.