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sharepoint 2010 deleted wss_logging

Posted on 2011-03-12
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I deleted WSS_Logging table by mistake.  Instead of re-installing everything on the sharepoint server, can anyone upload their empty wss_logging sql database that I can use?  Or a sql statement that can be used to re-create the table?

Thanks in advance.
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Have you tried to to run the setup wizard again? The one after SP is deployed, should recreate your db. I would try this in a sandbox before.
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Is that off the cd/dvd?
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Nevermind.  That did the trick.
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