This feature will be removed in a future version of Microsoft SQL Server. Avoid using this feature in new development work, and plan to modify applications that currently use this feature.
The CheckTablesWithResult method executes DBCC CHECKDB WITH TABLERESULTS, and executes CHECKTABLE on all tables.
Set RepairType using these values.
Attempt all database repairs regardless of the possibility of data loss. For example, delete corrupted text objects.
Attempt database repair tasks that do not incur data loss.
Default. Do not attempt database repair on database inconsistencies encountered.
Attempt database repair tasks that do not incur data loss. Rebuild indexes on successful database repair.
The database referenced by the SQL Distributed Management Objects (SQL-DMO) object must be in single-user mode when using the RepairType argument of the CheckTablesWithResult method to perform database repair. To set single-user mode on a database using SQL-DMO, use the SingleUser property of the DBOption object.
CheckTablesWithResult is implemented using the Transact-SQL DBCC CHECKDB WITH TABLERESULTS statement, and differs from the CheckTables method in that results are returned in tabular format.
It is recommended that you use the properties and methods of the QueryResults object to retrieve information from the result set.
If no repair action is specified, RepairType defaults to SQLDMORepair_None.
If an application calls CheckTablesWithResult on an instance of SQL Server version 7.0, the constant, SQLDMO_E_SQL80ONLY, and the message "This property or method requires Microsoft SQL Server 2000" are returned.