A standalone SQL MDF Viewer to open, view, and read data from MDF file without SQL server installation. The MDF Viewer explores all the tables from .mdf file with its respective entries. Other database items like keys, rules, columns, functions, stored procedures, etc. are also extracted by this freeware.
MDF file explorer rapidly scans the SQL server MDF file. It explores and displays the items that are saved in primary database file of the server. User will easily be able to read data, even from corrupt or inaccessible .mdf file.
It is quite possible that users are provided with MDF file but, they are not having SQL server installed on machine. In such case, the SQL MDF file opener helps a lot because this freeware works without any dependency issue.
The free utility displays all items, which it encounters at the time of MDF file scanning. All database properties will be recovered by this product. One just needs to click on desired item and then, they can view data without any hassle.
SQL MDF viewer is providing a useful feature to save scanning report for the future reference. If customers want then, they can save the scanned file in STR format with the desired name. It will be avoiding scanning of the same file again-and-again, whenever a person wants to view data.
There is no high technical training required to read MDF file with help of this explorer application. Freeware is designed with the most simplified way to operate it. Even a novice user will be able to open MDF file without any single trouble.
MDF file explorer displays all details of the MDF database file. One can check the number of pages read, name of the database, versions, total number of tables, and all other database information all in absence of the SQL server installation.
MS SQL Server uses two database files : one is MDF and another one is LDF. A MDF file is considered as the primary file of the server that comprises of schema and data. There is only one MDF file for each database of the SQL server. The file comprises of SQL objects like tables, views, triggers, stored procedure, etc. Basically, the MDF file is holding crucial data, which is used either by the server administrator or forensic investigator.
Apart from the SQL server, there is no other program that opens MDF file. This arises need to look for an additional product that provides facility to read data from MDF file without SQL server. Hence, users can utilize this QuickData SQL MDF viewer to explore objects of MDF file for free. There is no need to have SQL Server installed on machine for the same.