Stellar Phoenix Oracle Recovery v1.0 Introduced by Stellar for Database Recovery

Stellar Information Systems Limited, the
leading provider of advanced data recovery and data protection
solutions, announced the release of a new software, Stellar
Phoenix Oracle Recovery v1.0
, that repairs and restores corrupted
databases created using Oracle 9i. It is an easy-to-use, versatile tool
that repairs a damaged Oracle DBF file without any changes to its
original content and view. The software uses database-aware algorithms
to restore the repaired database in a new pre-created database. The
free demo version of Stellar Phoenix Oracle Recovery is available for
download from the company’s website. With the increased use of Oracle databases across various
enterprises, Stellar Phoenix Oracle Recovery will prove a significant
addition to database administrators’ data management tool kit. This
launch aims at helping organizations to lower the fiscal and functional
downtime due to Oracle database corruption.”

said Sunil Chandna,
Stellar Information Systems CEO. “The software has been designed by
experienced data recovery experts. It is a simple and robust tool that
can insert the recovered data in a new Oracle database while
maintaining actual table structure and metadata.”

Salient Features of Stellar Phoenix Oracle Recovery v1.0:

  • Repairs Oracle 9i databases
  • Recovers tables, table space, views, clusters and cluster tables
  • Safe scanning – Restores original database formatting
  • Recovers triggers, schemas, user-defined data functions, stored procedures, synonyms, roles, indexes, sequences
  • Self-explanatory interface
  • Recovers primary and foreign keys of tables
  • Recovers packages, packages body
  • Previews database contents
  • Supports selective recovery


Stellar Phoenix Oracle Recovery v1.0 is available in different
License options (Administrator License, Technician License and Academic
License) with the starting price of $499 for Academic License.


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