Know all Database sizes in a server.

We can know how much space a database is occupied in hard disk by using sp_spaceused function. If we want to find all database sizes at a time, we have to provide use  and sp_spaceused for all databases. It takes some time to write all those T-sql statments. My script will find each and every […]

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2003-09-16

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Get BCP out for all tables in a DB

           The script mentioned below will export data in all tables into textfiles to a physical path on your system using BCP utility from a Database. The sql commands used in this stored procedure are BCP utility,Identity function and temporary tables.    Here you required to give 4 input parameters, they […]

2002-03-15

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Rows count for each and every table in a DB 

       By using this script one can find number of rows for each and every table in a database. Just cut and past this script in your DB and excute. A stored procedure will be created as 'Get_rowcounts_for_eachtable'. If U excuted this stored procedure, U can get all tablenames and rowcounts for respected […]

2002-03-07

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