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Practical Maintenance Plans in SQL Server: Automation for the DBA by Bradley Beard

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© Bradley Beard 2016

Bradley Beard, Practical Maintenance Plans in SQL Server, 10.1007/978-1-4842-1895-2_3

3. Checking Database Integrity

Bradley Beard

(1)Palm Bay, Florida, USA

Being a database administrator means that you wear many different hats. For those unfamiliar with this phrase, it means that you may do different things throughout the day that aren’t necessarily related. One thing will never change for a database administrator: the data is your life. Without it, you have no job. So for those of us working for a living, this is sort of important. Not only are we tasked with making sure that data coming in is sanitary, we also have to make sure that the data stays sanitary. This can be quite a daunting task, if not for database integrity ...

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