New Version Released – SQL Recovery Tool Now Shows Exported Results in CSV File

New version 4.7 of SysTools SQL Recovery software has been released that has an advanced feature related to SQL data recovery. The SQL Recovery tool now gives an option to show the exported results in CSV file. Gothenburg, Sweden, May 04, 2010 – SysTools has released a newer version of its widely used SysTools SQL Recovery software. The latest version is v4.7 that has an advanced feature. Software now gives an option to show the exported SQL data recovery results in the CSV file that gives more transparency to the SQL recovery process performed by the tool. CSV stands for ‘Comma Separated Value. CSV file is an Excel file format, which is used for storing digital data in the form of tabular lists where each item in the group is in association with other items separated by commas. Now, SysTools SQL Recovery software performs to recover MS SQL data and exports all deleted records. After the exporting process finishes; an option is given to the users to save the complete recovery status in a CSV file. When a user has lots of tables, stored procedures etc, then this feature is really beneficial as the software generates all the information in that CSV file about the number of tables, stored procedures, views and other items exported. Regarding this feature enhancement (option to save the exported SQL data recovery results in the CSV file), Evan Swans (Director of Product Development, SysTools Group) says, “We want to make SysTools SQL Recovery software really a useful solution to recover SQL data. We consider our customers’ feedback to know what more features they are looking for in our product and try to make relevant enhancements in our product. The latest version of this SQL data recovery software would still have all the previous features along with this new added feature. SysTools SQL Recovery software is currently available at $129 (for the Personal License) and $229 (for the Business License).

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