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SQL 2008 server indexes dissappears

Posted on 2016-11-02
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Hi

We have some indexes that seems to disappear without any interaction from us.

One of the indexes is created like this (it has disappered 4 times last month)

      CREATE NONCLUSTERED INDEX IDX_WMSORDERTRANS_HTSYSTEM
      ON [dbo].[WMSORDERTRANS] ([EXPEDITIONSTATUS],[DATAAREAID])
      INCLUDE ([INVENTTRANSID])

To us it looks standard but still it disappears?

/Henrik
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by:Pawan Kumar
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Some one must have deleted the index - Manually/Via Job/Script. I dont think index just disappears.

Try this and see if exists

SELECT * 
FROM sys.indexes 
WHERE name='IDX_WMSORDERTRANS_HTSYSTEM' AND object_id = OBJECT_ID('WMSORDERTRANS')

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Are you the DB Owner ?
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by:Pawan Kumar
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Hi HenrikVang,

Any update on this?

Regards,
Pawan
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Hi Pawan
I just found the solution - our AX2009 cleans all indexes when a table is updated and create only the indexes that is registred in AX and not the ones that was created in SQL management

/Henrik
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by:Pawan Kumar
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Yes see i told you!! Some one must have deleted the index

Great Enjoy!

Bye
Pawan
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by:HenrikVang
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The solution has nothing with sql server do do
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