Rectifying Error 5228 In Sql Server 2008
When you use the DML (Data Manipulation Language) commands to update the database, the rows sometimes get in an intermediate state. It is called the antimatter state that enables concurrent DELETE statements to leave a pointer for the index builder transaction so that deleted rows are not inserted again. Ideally, these rows should be deleted at the end of the operation. However, sometimes it does not happen that invariably results in database corruption. To resolve this situation, you should use appropriate corrective methods. However, if you are unable to do so then you should use a third-party SQL recovery software to address the issue.