The Links That Tie Row To LOB

Steve Stedman shows how to use DBCC PAGE and DBCC IND to piece together where LOB data is stored for a particular row:

The question came up as how to find a link from blog storage that is corrupt back to the table and row that contains that data.

The is no link from the blob storage back to the table and row, but this is a link from the data page containing the table and row off to the blob data.

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