dbachecks – Improved Descriptions

With the latest release of dbachecks we have added a new check for testing that foreign keys and constraints are trusted thanks to Cláudio Silva b | t

To get the latest release you will need to run

You should do this regularly as we release new improvements frequently.

We have also added better descriptions for the checks which was suggested by the same person who inspired the previous improvement I blogged about here

Instead of the description just being the name of the check it is now more of a, well, a description really 🙂

This has the added effect that it means that just running Get-DbcCheck in the command line will not fit all of the information on a normal screen

01 - get-dbccheck.png

You can use the Format-Table command (or its alias ft at the command line) and select the properties to display using

02 - get-dbccheck format table

or you can use Format-List (or its alias fl at the command line)

03 get-dbccheck format list.png
Or you can use Out-GridView (or its alias ogv at the command line) (Incidentally, could you also thumbs up this issue on Github to get Out-GridView functionality in PowerShell 6)
04 - get-dbacheck ogv
Happy Validating !

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