Get Notified When Accounts Are Changed

Perfect for finding developers that are changing your database accouts.  This procedure can check the sysusers table for each database and\or the master..syslogins table for account changes.  Gives the option of email notification, logging to a table or both. Update the set statements at the begining of the procedure to configure it however you like.  […]

2002-06-07

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Run a Script Against All User Databases

Now you can run administrative T-SQL tasks against all your databases in one shot. Very usefull for environments that have a seperate database for each client, ASP's, etc. It's pretty straight forward and can be used for almost any task. This example Looks for a table and prints the database name and selects from the […]

2001-10-21

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Find Longstanding Open Transactions

Ever forget to commit a transaction and then find out hours later that there is deadlocked transactions all over your database server? Worse yet has one of your coworkers done this to your database server? Never again, this stored procedure will net send the machine that has an open transaction, and send you (The DBA) […]

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2001-10-08

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