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Oracle Database Repair

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Data recovery software for Oracle® database

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Whether you only require a few specific pieces of data or need to rebuild the entire structure of a corrupted database, SecureRecovery for Oracle can help. This powerful utility features advanced recovery algorithms designed specifically for Oracle databases. When block corruption or other types of damage place crucial data at risk, turn to SecureRecovery for Oracle for quick and effective repair.


SecureRecovery for Oracle offers reliable data restoration with an extensive set of powerful features, including:

  • Full Support for Backups and Databases for Oracle 11g, 10g, 9i, 8i, 7.3.3 and 7.3
  • Restores Databases, Including Tables, Values, Fields and Field Data Types
  • Recovers Backups, Including Views, Stored Procedures, Objects and More
  • Extensive Recovery Reports
  • Support for Databases, Regardless of Size
  • User-Friendly Interface
  • Install/Uninstall Support

Choose SecureRecovery for Oracle to Counter Block Corruption

The most common form of damage to Oracle databases is block corruption, and Oracle features a capable Recovery Manager (RMAN) tool that can sometimes repair this type of damage. However, Oracle RMAN requires a stable, recent backup to function.

When backups are out of date or corrupted themselves, Oracle offers dbms_repair, which is effective for cases involving limited damage. For more extensive corruption, or when Oracle’s native repair tools fail to return adequate results, SecureRecovery for Oracle is the answer.

SecureRecovery for Oracle has advantages that dbms_repair cannot match. These include:

  • Stronger Algorithms Based on Extensive Oracle Database Testing
  • SQL Script Format for Restored Data Allows Complete Control Over Database Rebuilds
  • Selective Data Browser Tool for Targeted Granular Recovery
  • Intuitive Graphical Interface Does Not Require Advanced User Skills

Compared to Oracle’s original recovery tools, SecureRecovery for Oracle is faster and more reliable. Order a copy — even if dbms_repair has failed — to restore your data quickly.

Restore Specific Items With a Bundled Data Browser Tool

The Data Browser is a granular recovery tool that allows you to separate and view specific objects within your database. If you only need to recover a handful of data, this utility allows you to scan and repair the items you select, without spending time on the rest of the database.

The Data Browser scans all files, whether they are damaged or functional, and doubles as an excellent preview tool. Use it with large source files, or when the standard recovery misses an important piece of data.

Try SecureRecovery for Oracle for Free

Download a free demo to see what SecureRecovery for Oracle can do for your damaged database. The demo recovers a few rows in every table and displays recoverable fields with demo text. It is an excellent way to measure the extent of corruption, allowing you to plan for your recovered data and buy with confidence.


SecureRecovery for Oracle is the most reliable way to recover data from damaged Oracle databases, but as a byproduct of the recovery process, restored rows may appear in different order than in the source file.

System Requirements

SecureRecovery for Oracle is compatible with a wide variety of computers. Technical requirements include:

  • Operating System: Windows 7, Vista, XP, 2000, 2008 Server or 2003 Server
  • Windows 98, 95 and ME are Not Supported
  • RAM: 256-1024 (Exact Requirement is Based On Corruption Level and File Size)
  • Hard Disk Free Space: At Least 10 MB
  • Display: Resolution of 640 x 480, 256 Colors

Maximize Your Data Restoration With SecureRecovery for Oracle

SecureRecovery for Oracle uses an advanced set of recovery processes to repair your damaged databases, returning the most data possible in a user-operated software package. If block corruption is threatening your data, order a copy of SecureRecovery for Oracle for efficient, reliable data restoration services.

I would like to try this software, but I am not sure if it will recover my Oracle databases. How can I determine whether it is an appropriate option?

SecureRecovery for Oracle will repair corrupt databases and restore user access in many instances. To find out whether it will treat your database’s issues, you can try the demo version, which is available for free.

The demo will let you see whether your records and tables will be accessible, so you can avoid an unnecessary purchase. Be sure to back up your databases (including unreadable or corrupt Oracle databases) before running the application.

Is the demo version of SecureRecovery for Oracle the same product as the full version?

Yes, but it is limited to a set number of tables. It will not fully recover your Oracle database, but will instead generate placeholder text reading “demo” in all text fields. Other types of fields will be populated with null values.

By reviewing the output of the SecureRecovery for Oracle demo, you can see whether your databases can be restored to an acceptable degree. Note that if a certain value (including text fields, etc.) does not appear in this output, it will not be recovered by a fully licensed version of the software.

How do I select an appropriate license option if I decide to buy the program?

Please review our full license scheme before placing your order. Visit our Licensing page for more information.

What syntax should I use when running SecureRecovery for Oracle from the command line?

You should use this command line call in batch files or when accessing through the command line:

ora.exe “”

You do not need brackets. Supported patterns include ‘*’ for multiple characters and ‘?’ for individual characters.

As with all of our software, command line functionality is only available with an appropriate license. The Service and Enterprise versions of SecureRecovery for Oracle have command line functionality, but the Standard license does not have this feature.

I ran SecureRecovery for Oracle, and the tool generated a folder with a batch file and SQL scripts. How can I access my data? Will I need to individually process these scripts?

I ran SecureRecovery for Oracle, and the tool generated a folder with a batch file and SQL scripts. How can I access my data? Will I need to individually process these scripts?

I cannot rebuild my database, and processing my scripts does not produce any error messages. How do I fix this problem?

Along with the scripts generated by the recovery utility, a batch file called “commit.bat” is generated to automate the database rebuild process.

You can use these parameters in the command line:

Path to sqlplus.exe utility without file name (e.g., c:\oracle\ORA90\bin)

User name to use for database creation (e.g., SYSTEM)

Password; "Connect string" to the server where database rebuilding scripts will be executed.


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