Klaus Aschenbrenner

Klaus Aschenbrenner provides independent SQL Server Consulting Services across Europe and the US. Klaus works with the
.NET Framework and especially with the SQL Server 2005/2008 from the very beginnings. In the years 2004 - 2005 Klaus
was entitled with the MVP award from Microsoft for his tremendous support in the .NET Community. Klaus has also
written the book Pro SQL Server 2008 Service Broker which was published by Apress in the Summer of 2008. Further
information about Klaus you can find on his homepage at http://www.SQLpassion.at. He also twitters at
http://twitter.com/Aschenbrenner.

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Question of the Day

Default Objects in Clones

On SQL Server 2022, I do this:

USE model
GO
CREATE TABLE dbo.DBALog
(logdate DATETIME2(3), logmsg VARCHAR(2000))
GO
I then create a new database:
CREATE DATABASE INVENTORY
GO
I install a new database application in here with multiple tables, views, etc. I do not run any queries. I then decide to run this code:
DBCC CLONEDATABASE(INVENTORY, Inventory_clone);
GO
What happens?

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