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Posted - 01/03/2002 :  22:04:14  Show Profile
what are the possible reasons of index corruption in sql server 7.0 ???
What points should be kept in mind while designing a database to avaoid index corruption???

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Posted - 01/04/2002 :  02:24:26  Show Profile  Visit Rafiq's Homepage

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Posted - 01/04/2002 :  20:58:53  Show Profile

The problem is not upgrade to sql 2000. the index corruption has occurred in sql 7.0 when data is updated. The fields which get updated are not null fields. Are there any other reasons for this problem????

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Posted - 01/05/2002 :  21:45:13  Show Profile  Visit AjarnMark's Homepage
Neena, your original questions were rather generic. There are several possible reasons for index corruption, not the least of which is some sort of hardware failure. Are you looking for a solution to a specific problem? How do you know your index is corrupt? Are you getting some sort of error message or just unexpected results? Have you tried removing the index and recreating it? When did this happen? What are the symptoms?

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