The Database Console Commands (DBCC) are a series of statements in Transact-SQL programming language to check the physical and logical consistency of a Microsoft SQL Server database. These commands are also used to fix existing issues. They are also used for administration and file management. DBCC was previously expanded as Database Consistency Checker.

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  • The Database Console Commands (DBCC) are a series of statements in Transact-SQL programming language to check the physical and logical consistency of a Microsoft SQL Server database. These commands are also used to fix existing issues. They are also used for administration and file management. DBCC was previously expanded as Database Consistency Checker. (en)
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  • The Database Console Commands (DBCC) are a series of statements in Transact-SQL programming language to check the physical and logical consistency of a Microsoft SQL Server database. These commands are also used to fix existing issues. They are also used for administration and file management. DBCC was previously expanded as Database Consistency Checker. (en)
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