As above, we are hitting an error on the maintenance plan running on SQL Server 2014.

During update statistics when we got the error.

"Msg 2706, Level 16, State 6 , Line 1" Table Flow Detail does not exist".

And when we searched against the database, the table does not exists.

What could be the reason?

I just reviewed it and realized it is failing for some weeks now. I just took over the administration, what can we do?

The following queries both return no rows:

select * from sys.objects where type = 'U' and name 'Flow Detail'

SELECT  ss.name as SchemaName, so.name as ObjectName
FROM    sys.objects so
   join sys.schemas ss on so.schema_id = ss.schema_id
where type = 'U' and so.name = 'FlowDetail'

Last ran checkdb on this database previous week but that checkdb passed successfully.

Unfortunately I am unable to run Ola Hallengren's maintenance scripts as it is is my customer db server.

  • Has this been reoccurring? Is there any chance the table existed, but was dropped at some point? Does the customer have rights to create/drop tables themselves? – LowlyDBA Jul 13 '18 at 13:07
  • @lowlydba The job has being failing since start of May as I reviewed the job history but why as much but why the maintenance job did not refresh its catalog? – Desmond Jul 14 '18 at 16:22

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