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Retrieving deleted rows from tables

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Hi,

can I know if there are anyways to retrieve deleted rows from tables? I didn't manage to do a backup of the database before the application clears off my data.
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Sorry boss,
   You do not have any way to retrieve the deleted rows in the table.


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Unless your database was archiving the logs in which case you could replay the set of logs starting before deletions. However, you would need to have a base backup that you could use, and I assume you do not have this setup. In this case, you're not able to retrieve your deleted rows.
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