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t-sql function to parse string data

The below function can be used to parse or split out data from a delimited string. The function takes in 3 parameters. The text you want to parse, the 1 character delimiter, and the total count of objects in the text.Text for function is set at size of varchar(2000), feel free to make bigger if […]

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Script to gain capacity information

Recently at my site we had a need to gather current capcatiy of all databases as well as table obejcts on our servers.  although there are some out of the box stored proceudres to assist in this effort as well as some schema objects, they mostly would return information on one database at a time.  […]

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