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The SQL LDF Viewer software allows user to analyze every activity of MS SQL Server database. It helps to view all the transaction activity like Transaction, Transaction time, Table name & Query. It also previews records with Login Name for Insert, Delete, Update, etc.
SQL Log Analyzer allows user to connect with the Live database to view transaction logs. It previews all the operation like insertion, deletion, updation from the live database. For this you need to provide credentials of your SQL Server to the software.
LDF File Viewer Tool is also helpful in forensic analysis of transaction logs. SQL LDF Viewer previews all the transaction logs by Login name. Thus, you can investigate who made certain changes on that database.
SQL Log Viewer Software scans SQL Database log File & recover it via transaction logs. You need to add Primary database file (MDF) to the tool. The SQL LDF Viewer provides you three options for exporting your recovered data.
SQL Log Viewer provides three different options to export the Log file.They are as follows:
SQL Log Analyzer provides you 'Date Filter' option. This enables you to export the transactions of specific date range. Also helpful in performing point in time recovery to a specific date range.
SQL LDF File Viewer provides you an Auto-sort option to arrange order of the database items. You can classify the components by its Transaction activities like Transaction, Transaction time, table name & query.
After selecting the specific exporting option, SQL Log viewer provides you an option to select & export the transaction logs of desired tables. It allow you to check or uncheck the desired table before clicking on export.
LDF File Viewer is compatible with 2017, 2016, 2014, 2012, 2008, 2008 R2, 2005 versions. It is possible to load, open & recover LDF log file of SQL Server of these versions. It is easy to open LDF File, created in any SQL Server version.
SQL Log Analyzer is a Windows-based application. It supports all the versions of Windows OS which includes the latest version of Windows 10. LDF Viewer is compatible with both 32 and 64 Bit of Windows Operating System.
Size: 8.21 MB
Demo Version of LDF Viewer Software provides 7 Days Free Trial to preview all the tables (50 records per table). Free Version does not provide option to export data.
Hard Disk Space
100 MB of free hard disk space required
4 GB of RAM (4 GB is Recommended)
Intel® Core™ 2 Duo CPU E4600 @ 2.40GHz 2.39GHz
If you are using Windows 10/8.1/8/7 or Vista, then please launch the tool as "Run as Administrator".
Microsoft .NET Framework 4.6.1 or above should be installed
MDF File is required to analyze the database in offline mode
Exporting in Live SQL Server: SQL Server should be installed in the user system
Windows 10 32bit/64 bit, Windows 8 32bit/64 bit, Windows 7 32bit/64 bit, Windows Server 2012, Windows Server 2008 and All Below Versions
SQL Server 2019, 2017, 2016, 2014, 2012, 2008 / R2, 2008, 2005 & 2000
|Features||Free Version||Full Version|
|Add and View SQL LDF/MDF File|
|Sort and Manage Log Fields|
|View the Selected Transaction in-depth|
|Read and Analysis Complete Log History|
|Export Log in SQL Server|
|Convert to SQL Server Script file|
|Save LDF File to CSV|
Listed Commonly Asked Questions and Answers
“Accessing information about events is an important part of any organization. Monitoring them enables us to check that information. SQL Log viewer tool found to be helpful in monitoring event logs. Not only this, the SQL Log Analyzer preview all the activities of log file in terms of Transaction name, Transaction time, Query, Table name & Login Name.”
“SQL LDF Viewer Tool becomes helpful as I have to use my exported data for further use.The tool gives an option for the same. I exported my file as SQL Compatible script and save it at my desired location for further modifications. Thankyou FreeViewer!!!”
“FreeViewer SQL Log Analyzer proves to be worth it for our organization when someone did changes to our databases while we were clueless. SQL Log Recovery helped us finding all the transaction activities with Login Name of the person that had made changes.”