Instance wide missing index

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This script is used to find tables without primary key, clustered index and no index in an instance.

Copy the script and paste into query analyer. The output will be DatabaseName, TableName and Missing Index.

declare @dbname varchar(100)
declare @sqlstring varchar(3000)
select @dbname = max(name) from master.dbo.sysdatabases
where dbid > 4

Create table #id (DatabaseName varchar(100), TableName varchar(100), WhatIsMissing varchar(100))
while @dbname is not null
begin
 set @sqlstring = 'use  '+ @dbname + ' insert into #id  select ' + char(39) + @dbname +char(39)+ ', o.Table_Name, ''No primary key''
FROM
(select name as Table_Name from sysobjects where xtype = ''U'') o
LEFT OUTER JOIN
(
SELECT Table_Name FROM INFORMATION_SCHEMA.TABLE_CONSTRAINTS
where CONSTRAINT_TYPE = ''PRIMARY KEY'') pk
on pk.Table_Name = o.Table_Name
WHERE pk.Table_Name is null and  o.Table_Name not like ''zz%'''

exec(@sqlstring)



 set @sqlstring = ' insert into #id select ' + char(39) + @dbname +char(39)+ ', o.name, ''No clustered index''
	from sysobjects o
	left outer join (select distinct object_name(id) 
	as TableName from sysindexes where indid = 1) t
	on t.TableName = o.name
	where o.xtype = ''u'' and t.TableName is null'

exec(@sqlstring)


 set @sqlstring = ' insert into #id  select ' + char(39) + @dbname +char(39)+ ', name, ''No index''
	from sysobjects where xtype = ''u'' and 
id not in (select id from sysindexes where name not like ''_WA%'' and indid > 0)'

exec(@sqlstring)


select @dbname = max(name) from master.dbo.sysdatabases
where dbid > 4 and name < @dbname

end


select * from #id

drop table #id

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