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Repairing with DBCC CHECKDB


Repairing with DBCC CHECKDB

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Tom Thomson
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Apologies to everyone for the silly syntax error.

I'll ask Steve to correct the question.

Tom

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Agree, got the same result as the post above above about syntax error. Is there any quality control on these questions?!?!
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Ugh, I didn't realize that had been depreciated.
Thanks for the question Tom!
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QOD <<FAIL>>

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Since the syntax error due to the comma wasn't one of the choices, I assumed the comma was a typo and answered the question as if it wasn't there. Got it right.



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The question specifically states 2008+ and on 2008 the syntax is invalid. The first answer is the correct answer, not the answer you indicate.
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Got me on this one because I read an old version of BOL. I knew there was a syntax error but I focused only on the words and not the punctuation.

I should pay attention to versions in later QOTDs.:-D

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I got this one wrong (or right) because my answer assumes that DBCC CheckDB requires a database name, and in parentheses. At any rate, I didn't get the point but it was nice to brush up on some SQL history.

Thanks.
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in SQL 2012 running this you will get a syntex error near ","
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I got this right because my copy of Local Transact SQL Help says as does BOL

' database_name ' | database_id | 0
Is the name or ID of the database for which to run integrity checks. If not specified, or if 0 is specified, the current database is used. Database names must comply with the rules for identifiers.

REPAIR_ALLOW_DATA_LOSS | REPAIR_FAST | REPAIR_REBUILD
Specifies that DBCC CHECKDB repair the found errors. The specified database must be in single-user mode to use one of the following repair options.



I read it such that if you don't specify a database it will default to the current one. I guess not with the REPAIR commands?

Originally I thought it was an error... but reading that it seems that it should be right... it's not... but I think it should be.



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