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  • Like the script. However, I noticed 2 areas for improvement. If I'm "deleting" all the rows from the primary key, I want all the foreign rows wiped out as well. Also, the foreign key constraints get dropped and recreated, but it is missing the cascade options.

    I have a similar procedure, but mine was written for a specific table. I guess I could modify it to handle more, but it would probably be easier to modify your procedure.

    Thanks, IMHO, that's a very valuable script.

    Honor Super Omnia-
    Jason Miller

  • That is the kind of procedure all developer must have. Sure, there can be improvements, and you will make this code ever better.

  • Thanks guys. Although it has a low rating here 😀 it really did save lots of time for me.

    We had a bunch of tables which needed this kind of intervention so I had to make it.

    thanks 🙂

  • Hi All

    this is my script that also attempts to truncate a referenced table:



  • I didn't use embedded sp_fkeys procedure there.

    I did everything using the pure joins. 🙂

    Heck... I wrote it - one year ago. lol

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