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By Richard Doering,
First of all, I've already evaluated and am using SQL 2008 Table & Index Compression.
This procedure is to help you to do the same. Obviously if you're reading this you're most likely a DBA and will dutifully evaluate whether compression is appropriate for your environment. Personally I'm very impressed and feel the storage savings far outweigh the additional processor overhead.
UncompressedObjects has 2 required parameters, @database and @compressiontype.
@database is the name of the database you want to compress.@compressiontype is either PAGE or ROW compression.
There are 2 optional parameters @emailrecipients and @emailprofile.If these are both supplied, the output is sent to the email addresses supplied (providing you have an email profile configured).
The procedure provides >
EXEC dbo.UncompressedObjects @database = 'MyDatabase', @compressiontype = 'ROW'
EXEC dbo.UncompressedObjects @database = 'Adventureworks', @compressiontype = 'PAGE', @emailrecipients = 'email@example.com', @emailprofile = 'Profile Name'
I've also supplied stored procedure 'UncompressedServerObjects' which simply executes UncompressedObjects for each user database. I schedule this via SQL Agent so I know if objects are created without compression.
I hope people find this script useful.
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