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Dropping Indexes after comparing Index Definition


Dropping Indexes after comparing Index Definition

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Mishal
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Hello,

I need to update all the indexes in my database through C# installer. I am using below queries to drop each index and then recreate them.

if exists (select * from sysindexes where name='IX_Oetype')
DROP INDEX orderlines.IX_Oetype

But it is taking too much time to update the indexes.

Is there is any other query by which I can compare if any change in index definition [ Sequence of columns changed, new column added ...etc] then update else not.

or any other suggestion??

Thanks
Manissha
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