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sp_UpdateStats missing in database


sp_UpdateStats missing in database

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Hi

We recently installed Lync at our company.
Lync creates 4 SQL instances and I have set up maintenance tasks for these instances.

Strange thing is that sp_UpdateStats does not exist in any of the databases created by the Lync installation.
If I create a new database on the server, I can run sp_UpdateStats with no problem.

I have not found one article out there about anyone having this problem. Strange. Can anyone help?

Server OS: Windows 2012 DataCenter
SQL: 2012 SP1

Please, please can someone help.

Thanks,
TDP
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That procedure isn't in a user database. It's in the system resource database and, because it's a system procedure, can be called from anywhere.


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