sp_displaylogin - sybase style

this procedure takes a sql login name and returns information about the login.anyone who knows Sybase will recognise the name and layout. use :- exec sp_displaylogin 'loginname' to get login information returned.this procedure has been tested on SQL Server 2005 sp2any problems email pgr_consulting @ yahoo.com

2007-11-09 (first published: )

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Collation Checker

this a quick sproc I put together to do various collation checks. databases that have different collations from serverdatabases that have different collations of columns withindatabases that have column collations different from database collation

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2007-11-06 (first published: )

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