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Error 3964 – Angry Cat

So I hate cats… but this describes me perfectly right now.

Error 3964 on CREATE INDEX on temporary table under SNAPSHOT ISOLATION LEVEL.

I understand the error but what I don’t understand is WHY on a # temporary table (that is tied directly to my SPID) this would be an issue?

I found this: CONNECT ITEM

and the reply from Microsoft was:

“Thanks for reporting it. Some DDL operations that are allowed inside snapshot isolation. For example, CREATE TABLE is ok because it did not exist. However, altering/creating index is not allowed. We are aware of this limitation and will look into it in the future release”

Sweet 🙂 that was back in 2010 and now the connect item has been closed “As By Design” 🙁

I’d love to give you some magical code to get around this issue but unfortunately I can’t.  The most you can do with a # temp table is during the definition you can specify a primary key or a unique non-clustered index but that’s it.

Back to the drawing board 🙂

Happy Tuesday everyone!!

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