Monday, May 3, 2010

Recovering SQL Server 2008 database from Error 2537

MS SQL Server 2008 is a remarkable relational database management system (RDBMS) server. It uses two languages to query the database, T-SQL and ANSISQL. It is scalable, always available, high on performance, and possess powerful business intelligence (BI) tools. So, all in all, it is quite an effective product for your enterprise. However, sometimes the SQL database can get corrupt because of various reasons such as virus infections, hardware issues, power surges, human errors, etc. In such cases, you should try to replace the corrupted database with a clean and updated backup. However, if the backup is not updated then you should use a third-party MS SQL server repair software to repair SQL database.

Consider a scenario wherein you are working on SQL Server 2008. While working on the system, you run the “Table error: Object ID O_ID, index ID I_ID, partition ID PN_ID, alloc unit ID A_ID (type TYPE), page P_ID, row ROW_ID. Record check (CHECK_TEXT) failed. Values are VALUE1 and VALUE2.”


There could be the following reasons for the aforementioned error message: A column in the row has failed the condition described in the CHECK_TEXT statement. The table in the database is corrupt.


To resolve the issue, you should take following measures: Run hardware diagnostics and check the error logs to verify that the error is displayed as a consequence of a hardware failure. You can also try out different hardware components to check whether it is a hardware related issue or not. Replace the corrupted database with an updated backup. Run DBCC CHECKDB without any repair clause to find out the level of corruption. Then, run DBCC CHECKDB again with an appropriate repair clause. However, this method may also result in data loss. If you are not able to recover the database or want to use a safe method, then you should use a third-party MS SQL repair software to repair SQL database. Such read-only tools are able to repair SQL databases and other components using fast yet sophisticated algorithms while ensuring that no data is overwritten while scanning the damaged area.

SQL Data Recovery software is an MS SQL repair tool that is able to repair corrupted database components such as tables, defaults, stored procedures, triggers, views, rules, etc. It is able to repair the databases created in SQL Server 2000, 2005, and 2008. This tool is also capable of recovering database constraints, user-defined functions and data types. It is compatible with Windows 7, Vista, Server 2003, XP, and 2000.

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