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For SQL 2000.Scan all indexes for fragmentation

By Rodrigo Acosta,

This script creates an error message with a valid error number, and alert associated with the error message.
(everything when it doesn't exists). Then captures all the user indexes in the database and
executes DBCC ShowContig for each one. It calculates the % of fragmentation on leaf level and fires the alert when is fragmented.
Then saves a log file with all the scanned indexes and info for the ones that need to be defrag.
   It can be inserted in a job to check on schedule for fragmentation on indexes, or executed on demand.

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