Wayne West

Get record count for every table in a database

I wrote this code to make it easier to compare record counts between a live database and a restored copy to test my backups, I thought people might find it useful. You need to run it against your live side when you do the backup that you're going to restore and compare against.Copy the output […]

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2007-05-24 (first published: )

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