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Posted on 2014-12-17
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Hello,

In the following script, $Index.IsPageLockDisallowed -eq $false is not applied and rebuild index failed  :
if ($Average_Fragmentation -gt 30.00 -and $Index.IsDisabled -eq $false -and $Index.IsPageLockDisallowed -eq $false)

            {
                  
                  Try {  
                  $index.Rebuild();
      
            
            }
      
                  Catch [exception] {                
                  LogIt  ("ERROR - " + $_.Exception) $true                
                              
                  Continue                
            }  
                  
            }

Why?

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Probably that property does not exist? Difficult without seeing the code creating $Index.
It's also no good style to compare against $false or $true literals, unless there are very specific circumstances (causing implicit conversion for example). Use either -not or ! (the latter being the alias of -not):
if ($Average_Fragmentation -gt 30.00 -and !$Index.IsDisabled -and !$Index.IsPageLockDisallowed)

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Hmm, this almost the same as your question http://www.experts-exchange.com/Q_28387484.html, but knowing you I'm not certain you really tested before accepting ... But at least we know now that you use a SMO object for that.
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Looked up the SMO Index object, and the property is called DisallowPageLocks. See http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/microsoft.sqlserver.management.smo.index_members(v=sql.90).aspx

I recommend to always set set-StrictMode –Version "latest", so you get an error if you explicitly reference an invalid property, unknown or uninitialised var, or for similar pitfalls.
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