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AskSQLTeam
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Posted - 05/30/2002 :  08:50:45  Show Profile  Visit AskSQLTeam's Homepage
Wu writes "When I Show Table Properties In Enterprise Manager, the Rows value is wrong ( just like which in table sysindexes). I try to correct it with DBCC UPDATEUSAGE, but it didn't work. Why?"

rrb
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Posted - 05/30/2002 :  23:05:54  Show Profile
seems to work in SQL 2000 OK.

Why not just do
select count(*) from TABLE?

That'll work ALL the time

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izaltsman
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Posted - 05/31/2002 :  15:57:38  Show Profile  Send izaltsman an AOL message  Send izaltsman an ICQ Message
Does it happen for every table or for very large tables only(by "very large" I mean tables with more than 2.1 billion rows)?
If you are seeing this behaviour with large tables only, you have probably exceeded the capacity of the [rows] field in sysindexes table(which is of datatype int).


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