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Dbcc Check TableForums Profile | ActiveTopics | Members | Search | ForumFAQ Register Now and get your question dbcc checkdb answered! Username: Password: Save Password Forgot your Password? All Forums SQL Server 2008 Forums Transact-SQL (2008) Corrupt date column value Reply to Topic Printer Friendly Author Topic MrMiagi Starting Member 4 Posts Posted-05/11/2012: 02:53:54 Hi I'm running a SQL Server 2008 Express R2 database and recently one of the values in a date column on one of the https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/978190 tables have been corrupted. When ever I try to select the corrupt value I get the following error: An error occurred while executing batch. Error message is: SqlDateTime overflow. Must be between 1/1/1753 12:00:00 AM and 12/31/9999 11:59:59 PM.When I cast that column to an INT it returns the value 67149661 which is why I get the overflow error. Now I am trying to either update or delete the record but when I try that I get yet http://www.sqlteam.com/forums/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=174602 another error: Msg 8630, Level 16, State 1, Line 1Internal Query Processor Error: The query processor encountered an unexpected error during execution.Is there any way that I can fix this value or at least remove it? I do have a backup with the original value. Thanks tkizer Almighty SQL Goddess USA 38200 Posts Posted-05/11/2012: 02:58:03 Run DBCC CHECKDB(DbNameGoesHere) to see if you've got data corruption.Tara KizerMicrosoft MVP for Windows Server System - SQL Serverhttp://weblogs.sqlteam.com/tarad/Subscribe to my blog MrMiagi Starting Member 4 Posts Posted-05/11/2012: 03:11:22 Running the check returns the following error: Msg 2570, Level 16, State 3, Line 1Page (1:16731), slot 24 in object ID 213575799, index ID 1, partition ID 72057594096320512, alloc unit ID 72057594109034496 (type "In-row data"). Column "dtDate" value is out of range for data type "datetime". Update column to a legal value.It says I have to update the value but that I can't do. SwePeso Patron Saint of Lost Yaks Sweden 30421 Posts Posted-05/11/2012: 08:45:21 Yes you can by using the primary key.Is it a DATE or DATETIME column?N 56°04'39.26"E 12°55'05.63" SwePeso Patron Saint of Lost Yaks Sweden 30421 Posts Posted-05/11/2012: 08:49:34 Is the date from 2011-09-13 00:00:00.000 ?N 56°04'39.26"E 12°55'05.63" MrMiagi Starting Member 4 Posts Posted-05/11/2012: 09:35:02 quote:Originally posted by SwePesoYes you can by using the primary key.Is it a DATE
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1 Internal Query Processor Error: The query processor encountered an unexpected error during execution (HRESULT = 0x80004005). Not much to work with there! Luckily the script has lots of PRINTs in it so it was easy to find the statement in question. It was a fairly simple UPDATE from a SELECT, nothing too complicated. I ran it and it worked. No sign of a block or deadlock at the time it failed so I figured it was just a one-off. You don't have time to explore every rabbit hole. But the next night the error happened again. I managed to narrow it down to the SELECT statement but still no idea what was wrong. It took a few tries to get it to work this time. Very strange. Time to get to the bottom of this. Books Online had nothing. I searched and found various things about memory pressure and corrupt dates but none of that panned out. I ran DBCC CHECKDB. No errors. Sometimes you just need to call for help so I contacted Microsoft support. It was very interesting: the questions they asked, the process of collecting lots of data, and the information they got from that data. They confirmed what I thought which was that the machine had plenty of disk space, memory and processor to spare so it looked like a data issue. They suggested rebuilding the indexes on the tables involved in the SELECT. The tables weren't that big so I: scripted out the non-clustered indexes dropped the non-clustered indexes rebuilt the clustered indexes re-created the non-clustered indexes This did the trick so it's worth trying if you get this error and can't find any other cause. This entry was posted in Troubleshooting and tagged sql 2008 r2 on June 27, 2015 by davidwimbush. Fun with upgrading andBCP Leave a reply I just had trouble with using BCP out via xp_cmdshell. Probably serves me right but that's a different issue. I got a strange error message ‘Unable to resolve column level collations' which turned out to be a bit misleading. I wasted some time comparing the collations of the the server, the database and all the columns in the query. I got so desperate that I even read the Books Online article. Still no joy but then I tried the interweb. It turns out that calling bcp without qualifying it with a path causes Windows to search the folders listed in the Path environment variable - in that order - and execute the first version of BCP it can find. But when you do an in-place version upgrade, the new paths are added on the end of the Path variable so you don't get the latest version of BCP by default. To check which version you're getting execute bcp -v at the command line. The version number will correspond to SQL Server version numbering (eg. 10.50.