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SQL database roll back

so I have this sql database and I would like to go to a point in time. let's say 7pm yesterday. I do not have a backup of the db. is that possible from transaction log to roll back to a point in time? any tools that allow you to do that? would greatly appreciate a prompt response.
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Microsoft SQL Server 2005

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Raja Jegan R

8/22/2022 - Mon
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Raja Jegan R

>> I do not have a backup of the db. is that possible from transaction log to roll back to a point in time?

Yes, you can do a Point in time Restore provided that you take a Full Backup now ( as mentioned earlier).
And the steps on how to do a point in time Restore via SSMS here:

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms190982.aspx
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