Mar 23, 2007 - 12:36 PM
right click on the database to export, choose all tasks/export data
and then the right datasource (Microsoft Access). then you have to point to the database and that basically does it. But there are a few peculiarities. For example a bit column is not converted well, (makes 0 and -1 entries in a Yes/No column) which means the opposite of what it should.
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For more details:- http://www.pcrecoveryutility.com/sql-database-recovery.html
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In case manual methods fail, you may also try using a tool called SQL Database Recovery and using this tool, you can easily repair or recover data from SQL servers and this tool also lets you preview the recovered data before saving.and the tool is compatible with all Windows OS up till the latest Windows 10.