David Poole

Inherriting objects from an updated MODEL database

If new objects are created in the model database then these new objects only get created for new databases.Similarly, if objects are removed from user databases then getting them back into the database can be a pain.The following two stored procs copy objects from model to the current database if they do not already exist.

2003-01-10

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To find the next available ID

There are times when you have a limited range of ids and these have to be re-used as they become available.The script lists the first missing id in a table.Note that this script works best for a table with a limited number of rows, say sub 100,000I tested this on a PIII 500MHz 256Mb RAM […]

2002-12-09

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Loop through records without using a cursor

I sometimes have to loop through records in a database and perform a specific action on the value that is returned. For example, In the script below I loop through the user tables in sysobjects and simply print them out. This technique is useful when dropping all indices/triggers on a particular table, or adding WITH […]

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2001-11-25

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