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By Johan Bijnens,
Our standard is to always create foreign key indexes. These indexes exactly match the columns of the DRI-definition.This is to avoid scans when parent rows are being deleted.
Stored procedure [Spc_ALZDBA_Create_FK_Ix] will only script the "CREATE INDEX" statements. You'll have to copy/paste and execute yourself, based on your own preferences.
This select statement will generate exec-statements for all base tables.Copy/paste and execute or declare a cursor and execute immediate.
-- Execution exampleselect 'exec Spc_ALZDBA_Create_FK_Ix @ParentTbName = '''+ T.TABLE_NAME + ''' ,@ParentTbOwner = ''' + T.TABLE_SCHEMA + ''', @CheckExistIx = 1 ' + char(10) + 'go'from INFORMATION_SCHEMA.Tables T where T.TABLE_TYPE = 'BASE TABLE'order by T.TABLE_SCHEMA, T.TABLE_NAME
-- Execution example for the procedureexec Spc_ALZDBA_Create_FK_Ix @ParentTbName = 'Address' ,@ParentTbOwner = 'Person', @CheckExistIx = 1
-- result:Create index [XFK_ALZ_FK_EmployeeAddress_Address_AddressID] on [HumanResources].[EmployeeAddress] ( AddressID ) ;GO
This procedure will only script the "CREATE INDEX" statements. You'll have to copy/paste and execute yourself, based on your own preferences.
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standard missing index script but has a create statement to copy and past
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