Error -2714 There is already an object named 'usr_ossi_gcpa_orddata' in the database

After dropping the table from MS SQL Server 2008, I want to red-add it.  However, when I am adding it, I get the error "Error -2714 There is already an object named 'usr_ossi_gcpa_orddata' in the database"

I have checked the system tables, system columns and constraints.  I like to know where to check.
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Have you checked to see if there is a schema for that object?  That is likely the remaining part.

Alternatively, run this to identify what the object is:

select * from sys.objects where name = 'usr_ossi_gcpa_orddata'
tgatif2000Author Commented:
I have checked the objects and usr_ossi_gcpa_orddata is not there.
Did the SELECT statement above return any rows?  Do you have 'sa' level authority?

Did you check for synonyms?
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tgatif2000Author Commented:
SELECT statement returned the rows so I have 'sa' level authority.

there are no synonyms
What rows were returned by the select statement?  Can you post them here?
tgatif2000Author Commented:
Here is the result:
Thanks for the list.  It seems it's not in the current database.  Are you sure you've set the current database using the 'USE <database>' command to the current area?

Could you try this in front of the CREATE TABLE statement?

                  WHERE TABLE_NAME = 'usr_ossi_gcpa_orddata')
  DROP TABLE usr_ossi_gcpa_orddata

<table create statement here>


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