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  SQL statement to repair SQL Server database
  Add Date : 2018-11-21      
  Using SQL Server database in the process, due to the power failure or other reasons, it may cause the database to some minor errors, such as particularly slow to retrieve some of the tables, query data can not meet the conditions and the like.

The reason for these conditions, often because some damage to the database, or index is not complete.

In ACCESS, there is a repair database function can solve this problem, in the SQL Enterprise Manager, do not have this feature, use the statement to complete, the following describes how to complete repair of the database with SQL statements should be noted that, during the when the following operations must disconnect all connected users:



sp_dboption '' your database name '', '' single user '', '' true ''


DBCC CHECKDB ( '' your database name '', REPAIR_REBUILD)


USE your database name


exec sp_msforeachtable '' DBCC CHECKTABLE ( '' ''? '' '', REPAIR_REBUILD) ''


sp_dboption '' your database name '', '' single user '', '' false ''

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