MS SQL Server is a relational model database server from Microsoft that enables enterprise solutions in various organizations. It assists you in creating and managing databases by adding, modifying, and dropping databases and various other tables. In addition, it supports full-text search to enable you to fully search the database in any which manner. However, sometimes the database get corrupt, which sometimes makes the database in exhibiting strange behavior or make it inaccesible as well. Such reasons could be virus infections, power outages, abrupt system shutdown, hardware problems, etc. In such cases, you should use appropriate corrective measures to resolve ths situation. If you are not able to recover the corrupted database, then you should use a third-party sql recovery software software to perform SQL Recovery.
Consider a scenario wherein you are unable to open an MS SQL Server 2008 database table. An error message is displayed in this case, which is:
“Cannot find a table or object with the name 'NAME'. Check the system catalog.”
There could be the following causes for this situation:
The database table is not present, or was deleted before performing this operation.
The database table is not specified correctly.
The database table is corrupt and, therefore, inaccessible to you.
To resolve this situation, you should perform the following methods:
You should verify if the database database is present or not.
You should verify if the table name has been spelled correctly or not.
You should verify if the database schema contains the table or not.
You should verify if the table exists in the system tables. If the table is not present, then it may have been deleted or you do not have the permissions to use the table. Check the settings and retry to mount it.
However, if you still are not able to mount the database table that means it is corrupt. For such cases, you should use a third-party sql recovery software to repair the corrupted SQL database. Such highly interactive tools are read-only in nature that do not overwrite the existing database while scanning it.