PRM- A FULL GUI DUL data unloader For Oracle Database

TRY PRM-DUL Data Unloader For Oracle Database


FULL GUI supported, easy to use, written in Java cross platform . PRM can help user recover data from truncated table or corrupted database!


PRM-DUL Data Unloader – For Oracle Database, from ParnassusData Software System Inc., which can save your ORACLE database


PRM – a public DUL with GUI , is free to download trial version.

PRM is designed for Enterprise Database Recovery, which includes all Oracle DUL data recovery functionalities, and also easy-to-use GUI. Users can purchase PRM for its rich GUI on your recovery. Or, you can contact ParnassusData for professional service that is either onsite or remote for your request. Rich GUI wizard can guide your recovery process. PRM can recovery your data direct from your database file system (dirty read). If your data has not been covered, PRM can guarantee your 99.9% data back.


PRM almost can recovery Oracle database on all operating system, including:

Linux (RedHat, Centos, Oracle Linux, Suse),AIX, Solaris, HPUX, Windows 2003 Server/XP/2000/NT。

PRM Support Oracle database which starts from 9i, 10g, 11g to 12c.




HighLight of PRM

  • Direct extract data your Table and Cluster from Oracle datafile
  • Revolutionary DataBridge Feature can send your data from source to destination without any manual work
  • If system tablespace exists, Dictionary Mode is fit for it, and provide tree diagram for data preview
  • If system tablespace was lost, PRM can also scan and review data
  • Oracle crash recovery can be skipped , PRM works around archivelog lost/corruption.
  • Even, part of data block is damaged, PRM can also recover available data
  • Tested from Oracle 9i to 12c
  • Based on JAVA development, at least JDK 1.4, without installation. Support OS: Unix (AIX, HPUX, Solaris), Linux (RedHat、OEL、SUSE) and Windows
  • Fully support ASM


A Green and Click to Run DUL data Unloader Tool


PRM-DUL Data Unloader (ParnassusData Recovery Manager) is developed by JAVA, which can extract data from
oracle datafile without Oracle RDBMS software/instance. Since PRM walk around UNDO, little of data, which is transactional, can be missed.


PRM-DUL Data Unloader Can Save Your Data Even Oracle is Damaged


Sometimes, Oracle DB is damaged, but most of data block is find. With PRM, it can be extracted row by row. If the block is damaged badly, PRM will dump log.




PRM-DUL data unloader can extract TABLE/CLUSTER data. PRM is designed not to extract trigger, store procedure or view. Of course, PRM can save the SOURCE$. PRM can not recover index data , since it does not have meaning on this, unless it is IOT index.


A Revolutionary DataBridge Feature


Why use DataBridge?

  • Traditional unload+sqlldr means a copy of data needs to be saved as flat file on filesystem first, data has to be loaded into Unicode text file and then inserted into destination database by sqlldr, this will take double storage and double time.
  • DataBridge can extract data from source DB and export to destination DB without any intermediary.
  • Once the data arrived destination DB, user can begin to validate them.
  • If source and destination database located on different servers, then read/write IO will be balanced on two servers ,MTTR will be saved.
  • If DataBridge is used in truncated table recovery, it is very convenient that truncated data can be exported back to problem database directly.
  • DataBridge is very simple and convenient.

PRM For Oracle Database 3.1 GUI:

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