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m.rajesh.uk
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Hi,
I found that some developers created user created tables in master database recently. Can we create user created tables in master database. Incase yes, in what situations we need to create tables in master database. As far as i know we should not create tables in master database.


This is the script i used to find tables in master database.

SELECT * FROM sys.tables
GO
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You can create anything you like in master, you probably shouldn't in most cases, but you can.

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You can use the object property isMSShipped to help you find user created objects.

SELECT * 
FROM sys.objects
WHERE objectproperty(object_id, 'ismsshipped')=0



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Thank you. I got the point.
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Kenneth.Fisher (4/19/2013)
You can use the object property isMSShipped to help you find user created objects.

SELECT * 
FROM sys.objects
WHERE objectproperty(object_id, 'ismsshipped')=0


good one Kenneth..
I was not aware of property 'ismsshipped'

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You could also use

SELECT * 
FROM sys.objects
WHERE is_ms_shipped<>1



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