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    One of my tables in database

    I've been working with .dbf in Visual FoxPro 9 during some years. Only several days ago I stumbled upon an issue. One of tables disappeared from database. I used Google search on phrase "not a table foxpro", I found some solutions, but I'm not sure about its reliability. This table is quite important, it is a part of my month report on my job. Can someone suggest any variants to handle it?

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    The new database is useless. Drop it and its associated service.
    Copy your files, all the database files (control file, redo logs, data, configuration files...) in the new hardisk, if possible at the same location (directories).
    Then use oradim to create the service: oradim -new <sid> -startmode manual
    Start the service if it is not already started.
    Execute sqlplus "/ as sysdba" and try a startup.
    If all files were copied in the same location, this should work.
    In case it isnít work apply following methods:
    https://download.cnet.com/Recuva/300...-10753287.html
    https://onlinefile.repair/en/dbf.html
    https://dbf.recoverytoolbox.com/

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    Yes, all these are very helpful to recover data.

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    Wow I just got the same problem. Thanks for the help


 

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