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tsql script check existing data on creation

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JKSQL
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I am missing something here. I need to create a script to do this.

To disable I do the following command

EXECUTE sp_msforeachtable @command1="Print 'Test'", @Command2 ="ALTER TABLE Foo.tblFoo NOCHECK CONSTRAINT all"



To enable the FK I do this

EXECUTE sp_msforeachtable @command1="Print 'Test'", @Command2 ="ALTER TABLE Foo.tblFoo CHECK CONSTRAINT all"



The check existing data on creation in the table is still set to "No". I can't seem to google a solution. Any of you potentially know if this can be done without using the ui?
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EXECUTE sp_msforeachtable  @command1="Print 'Test'", @Command2 ="ALTER TABLE Foo.tblFoo CHECK CHECK CONSTRAINT all"



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http://www.sqlservercentral.com/articles/Best+Practices/61537/
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I did find that one in searching

EXECUTE sp_msforeachtable @command1="Print 'Test'", @Command2 ="ALTER TABLE Foo.tblFoo WITH CHECK CHECK CONSTRAINT all"



Am I doing something incorrectly because it seems to have no effect on the FK
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Hey sorry about the confusion. I must have been doing something differently that was not working. I tried this again today and it worked. Thanks
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