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Script: Rename a database


Script: Rename a database

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This is very useful script. I always like to read/use Mr. Rahual Sharmaji articles.
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Chris, I think this is a typo. I'll contact Raul and check.

BTW, what's a 1334 trick?

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Thanks, I thought I was missing something. I'll add that to my list of items like:

ID10T
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Am I missing something? Why not just use sp_renamedb?



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Provides a little protection by introducing single user mode.

You could just use sp_renamedb.

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