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Disabling Indexes


Disabling Indexes

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Nakul Vachhrajani
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Nice question, thanks!
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"ALTER INDEX PK_MyId ON MyTable DISABLE" at this line my brain stopped.

Nice question. Though i think it would have been better if i had stopped at the row above. Since if one didnt know that disabling the clustered index made it impossible to select from the table. You would have selected the 2 row answer anyway.
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Good question.
shows the dangers of disabling indexes

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The question would be more educational if it had no 'DROP CONSTRAINT' statement. In this case I would probably have answered wrong :-)
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i have checked the same on sql server 2005 on windows server 2003 but i am getting the error message
The query processor is unable to produce a plan because the index 'PK_MyId' on table or view 'MyTable' is disabled.
i think you should check it again.
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nice one thanks...
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This works on sql 2005... plz. check... you would have commented this line


ALTER TABLE MyTable DROP CONSTRAINT PK_MyId



mukeshkane (9/10/2010)
i have checked the same on sql server 2005 on windows server 2003 but i am getting the error message
The query processor is unable to produce a plan because the index 'PK_MyId' on table or view 'MyTable' is disabled.
i think you should check it again.

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Fascinating. Thanks
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still getting the same error message
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