Data Recovery

How to Deal with Unique Keys in SQL Server Replication Errors

Replication errors will have a key with which we should identify the missing row from the subscriber. We must then manually copy those records from Publisher and then insert into the subscriber. While doing this activity, we would have to turn off and turn on the identity column. In this article, we will learn how to deal with Unique keys in a replication. Missing data: Consider that you had initialized a subscription without a snapshot by using options like initialize with backup or...

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How to Work with Label Margins in MS Access

In this article, we have addressed how user can use label margins in MS Access A good designed and structured Report or Form is more likely to catch the eyes of the onlookers than a plain bland data record. All organizations, businesses, and programmers design them.  But the problem with assigning different people to design the same Report or Form is that they are going to design them according to their preferences and taste unless they are all using the same default wizards. Some users...

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6 Main Cases When CHKDSK Cannot Scan & Repair Hard Drive in Windows

Windows system provides an inbuilt disk repair tool – CHKDSK. It is believed that a majority of Windows users are familiar with it. It does play a great role in scanning and repairing disk. Yet, it also can fail in some cases. This post will expose 6 of them. In Windows, when encountering disk problems, you will consider using CHKDSK to scan and repair the disk. CHKDSK is a vital and effective utility pre-installed in Windows. It admittedly has good performance in verifying file system...

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