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By Jesse Roberge,
By Jesse Roberge - YeshuaAgapao@Yahoo.com
Reports index length stats for indexes who's lengths exceeding parameterized thresholds (defaults to 0 - get all) for
total length and seek length, optionally filtering schemas and tables.
Required Input Parameters:
Optional Input Parameters:
@SchemaName sysname='' Filters schemas. Can use LIKE wildcards. All schemas if blank. Accepts LIKE Wildcards.
@TableName sysname='' Filters tables. Can use LIKE wildcards. All tables if blank. Accepts LIKE Wildcards.
@MaxLength int=0 Limits output to indexes with sum of all column max lengths exceeding this (OR with @SeekMaxLength)
@SeekMaxLength int=0 Limits output to indexes with sum of seek column max lengths exceeding this (OR with @MaxLength)
EXECUTE Util_IndexWidth 'dbo', 'order%', @MaxLength=250, @SeekMaxLength=100
Licensed under the L-GPL - a weak copyleft license - you are permitted to use this as a component of a proprietary database and call this from proprietary software.
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