When was your last good back up? I would check your archives and then take a copy and see if you get teh same thing in the newly patched up version. If you dont, highly suggest that you use a clone of that good copy and just move the data.
I rerun the recovery on the recovered version and it reports there's no problems anymore.
To me that means fixing was good, because my prior test before v3 kept reporting problems even on the so called recovered one (aht wasn't really)
Anyway, FMP stils says :
Recover built a new database without detecting any problems. It would be safest to copy only the most recent work from the recovered file into a backup copy of the original file, instead of using the recovered file going forward.
So I think I'll foloww your advise. But that will be cumbersome. But I'm happy, thanks for the recovering improvment FM Inc, and I suggest everyone who had problems before to give v3 a try.
Yes I wouldnt trust a recovered file. I dont know which option you used with FM10, but prior to 10, a recovery would drop invalid data blocks and just "fill them in" per se so that the file could be opened. I know it can be a PIA, but hey its safer to do it now rather than suffer for it later by taking a chance.