24 November 2006

Code Red: database missing in action!

Whoops. You scratch your head and wince as you peer at the screen through closed hands…

 

You just accidentally deleted some data in your database and suddenly all seems lost at sea.  I bet you’ve wished there was a kind of sturdy, orange lifeboat for recovering damaged data when these mistakes happen. We know there are log analysis tools available to help as they aim to rescue your database from disaster. And now it’s your chance to have your say on how they can become more effective in the future. 

 

Red Gate Software is looking for participants to answer four short questions in an online survey about SQL Server log analysis tools.  The responses will be used as part of important customer feedback for development. 

 

If you enter your contact details at the end of the survey, you can be entered into a free prize draw to win one of ten licenses for Red Gate’s newest tool, SQL Doc. 

 

Simply click on the hyperlink below to be re-directed to the online survey:

http://www.surveymonkey.com/s.asp?u=316002791477

 

Anyone interested in purchasing the Red Gate Log Analysis tool, SQL Log Rescue, can find more information at www.red-gate.com/products/SQL_Log_Rescue/index.htm.

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