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Manipulating SQL LDF log Files

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Hi

I have come across a unique situation where I have to manipulate some data in an SQL LDF log file.

Is this possible to do?

Thanks in advance
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As much as I know, you can't really manipulate data in ldf files but you could backup your transaction logs and restore them if required.
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Anyone else?
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Is this possible to do?
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