Easy way to fix SQL checksum stringAugust 27, 2020 by Jimmie Bourn
Over the past few weeks, some of our users have encountered a known SQL checksum string error code. This problem can arise for several reasons. Let's discuss some of them below.
SQL Server Rider Used to detect random errors in data transfer. An algorithm is usually used to calculate the checksum value, and each algorithm is designed for a specific purpose. This hash function is used to calculate a checksum value for an entire row or list of expressions or columns.
There are times when we need to compare two tables and see if the dates are the same. I often see several ways to do this. Most of them are quite slow and inefficient. I would like to present a quick and slightly messy approach using the CHECKSUM and CHECKSUM_AGG functions.
With these two functions, it is very easy to compare data in two tables. We need to create a checksum for the entire table. This can be done simply by first generating a checksum for each row and then specifying the aggregated checksum for the table using CHECKSUM_AGG ().
Above, a checksum is returned for all data in the table. Do this on two or more tables. If the checksums match, you know the data in these tables match.
For some reason, I have two copies of tables in the Undercover catalog database that I want to view.
So, from the above we can see that the data in the two tables is the same. For reflection, let's try to delete a row from the table and see what happens with the checksum.
Remember the above phash collision problem, although the risk is very low. I can do a little research for CHECKSUM and hash collisions in a future post and see how productive they actually are.
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