Displays problems found in the database and allows you either to fix the problems on the fly, or record the fix suggestions in a log file without implementing the fixes. If you choose to create a log file, you can implement the fixes manually later, or send the log file to Customer Support.
Include in Fix — Enables the software to implement the fix for the problem that was found. The software implements the fix after you click Fix. If you choose not to implement the fixes on the fly, you can click Create Log and record the fix suggestions in the recreate_user.txt file.
Summary — Opens a dialog box that shows the problem description, the SQL command that found the problem, and the SQL command that can fix the problem.
Details — Opens a dialog box that shows details of the affected rows. This dialog box can show specific settings that the software considers problematic. Where possible, the software displays the name of the problematic item, in other cases, the item ID in the database.
Select all — Selects all the check boxes in the Include in Fix column.
Fix — Implements the fixes for the problems for which you selected the Include in Fix check box.
Create Log — Creates the recreate_user.txt file in the location you specified in the DBChecker Utility window. The default location is the home folder. If you previously created the recreate_user.txt file, the software appends new log data to the existing data. The records in the log file are separated by date and time of log data creation. You can clear the log file manually.
Close — Closes the DBChecker Utility.