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How to recreate lost tables.


How to recreate lost tables.

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najeeb_kt2000
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My database tables are missing after a virus infection. How can I repair and recreate missed table from database folder.
when attached the .mdf and .ldf file, only dbo.sysdiagrams table is there.how can I retrieve the other tables.

please help me in the topic.

Thanx
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Restore from backup.

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najeeb_kt2000 (7/10/2012)
My database tables are missing after a virus infection. How can I repair and recreate missed table from database folder.
when attached the .mdf and .ldf file, only dbo.sysdiagrams table is there.how can I retrieve the other tables.

please help me in the topic.

Thanx


Agree with GilaMonster first try to restore database from updated backup.
If you don't have backup then try third party SQL repair software. You can easily Google these software just like this:
http://lmgtfy.com/?q=sql+repair+software

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Based on the OP's first post on this here they dont have backup's, that is if its the same database in question.



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repair softwork doesn't seem to work when it comes to SQL Server, because the file is always open;
it's kind of like opening a word file;
you may edit for hours, but unless you saved it, if you erase stuff in the middle of the document, there's no where those changes are saved, and are not recoverable at all. neato software or not.

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Restore from backup:
1) Restore in dev enviroment
2) Script out the table
3) Create that table in Prod enviroment.
3) Import all data from Dev table.
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To recreate lost tables. use sql database repair software, many data recovery companies offering this software and also providing a free trial version of software. One of this utility you can download from here:

http://www.repairsqlserver.net

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