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Those Stubborn Database Rules - Finding Them and Scripting Them


Those Stubborn Database Rules - Finding Them and Scripting Them

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I want to thank Jon W. and Tom W. for helping edit this article before posting.
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Nice article and useful for digging out those silly artifacts.

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Thank you Grant. I look forward to your presentation at Data Camp 2.0! Keep up the great work you do for the SQL Server community.
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Thanks Scott. I'm looking forward to your presentation at Data Camp 2.0 as well. You need to keep up your work for the community also.

Now, I happen to be closely acquainted with the person setting up the schedule and I know that he's bribable. When did you want to put your presentation on? Was yours at the end of the day or right after lunch, I forget?

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Any time slot is good as long as it is not the same time as yours because I am sure everyone will be at that one and the others will be empty. Very nice job on your latest book!
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Good find. I believe you just saved me from a significant amount of future stress. I suspect that discovering the lack of support for rules on a future release would have been a painful experience.

Thanks.



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Nice article and good info.



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Thank you for the feedback. My intention is to write a follow up that will actually take the defined bindrules and script out proper constraints. What is interesting is how I ran into these in the first place. This issue came up because this database was created before I entered the picture and a non sql server resource defined the database. I think this is something we all have come across and knowing where the gotchas are is very important. I am planning on giving some of that back story in the follow up. Sound useful?
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Thanks for the article. Very useful. Looking forward for the followup.

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