Disabled Check Constraint Found
Check constraints are often disabled when bulk loading data into a table to improve performance. It's easy to forget to re-enable them after the event, meaning the check constraint is no longer applied.
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- Re-enable the constraint, if still needed. Note that re-enabling the constraint will cause all rows to be checked against the constraint, so this should be considered when scheduling the SQL.
- Drop the constraint if no longer needed.
How to Re-Enable Check Constraints
ALTER TABLE dbo.TableName CHECK CONSTRAINT CK_dbo_TableName;
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