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Long story but here is a short description - need urget help to recover data from the corrupted SQL Anywhere database without backup. I have a production database that is inconsistent, it just affect two important table. When I tried to unload it, got an error message.

I urgently need to recover this two table data. It there any tool (free or paid) to fix my database.

Please please, suggest me the solution!‚Äč

asked 22 Jun '16, 03:04

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(22 Jun '16, 05:33) Volker Barth
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I suggest you post the full error message. Is it actually the database table that is corrupted, not an index, key etc?

Have you tried doing an unordered unload?

(22 Jun '16, 07:06) Justin Willey

Contact SAP Sybase support, they might be able to help you.

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answered 22 Jun '16, 03:45

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