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Date Calendar

Code to create a handy date calendar cross-reference table with a ton of pre-populated, slice-and-dice data field variations to aid in complex date parameterization / selection criteria.

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Index Breakdown

Provides a robust breakdown of all indexes contained within a database allowing for quick analysis and identification of inefficient, redundant, unused, bloated, stale, and / or poorly architected indexes.

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SQL Server System Report

Overview report for tracking key database performance metrics, general system stats, overall activity, and general server info, including: properties and settings, uptime, drive space, DB size allocation, growth stats, backups, jobs, index fragmentation, missing and unused indexes, and much more.

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