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By Jesse Roberge,
By Jesse Roberge - YeshuaAgapao@Yahoo.com
Update - Fixed existance check for drop
Lists details for all indexes on one or more tables / schemas, including row count and size.
If you want one row per index instead of one row per member column at the expense of data type and other column information,
then use Util_ListIndexes instead.
Added IndexDepth and FillFactor output columns
Removed duplicate output of 'is_unique'
Required Input Parameters
Optional Input Parameters
@SchemaName sysname='' Filters to a single schema. Can use LIKE wildcards. All schemas if blank. Accepts LIKE Wildcards.
@TableName sysname='' Filters to a single table. Can use LIKE wildcards. All tables if blank. Accepts LIKE Wildcards.
EXECUTE Util_ListIndexes_Columns 'dbo', 'Cart'
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Get INFORMATION_SCHEMA column headers
Searches database-wide for multiple indexes in the same table which has the same column as the first...
Using wildcard to find patterns in strings going from the basics to some more complicated conditions...
Use Wildcard instead of repeating each expression possibility