Truncating and deleting all tables in a database

Sometimes, during test stage, you may need to truncate or delete all your tables in a database, without droping constraints, truncating and recreating constraints (DRI). You can use the TRUNCATE TABLE statement to removes all rows from a table without logging the individual row deletes, but tables referenced by a FOREIGN KEY constraint can not […]

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List of triggers in a database

Give the following information, about triggers in the database.Parent_Name      Parent_Type Name                         Type               Insert Update Delete IsFirstInsertTrigger IsFirstUpdateTrigger IsFirstDeleteTrigger IsLastInsertTrigger IsLastUpdateTrigger IsLastDeleteTrigger

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2002-04-16

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