Below is the SQL query which can be used to find out the tables which are created or modified on or from a given date. SELECT [name] as Tablename ,create_date ,modify_date FROM sys.tables where cast(create_date as date)>=’Given date’
Sometimes we need to check which tables of our database is highly populated. Below is the T-SQL Script which we can use to find out that. SELECT t.NAME AS TableName, i.name as indexName, sum(p.rows) as RowCounts, sum(a.total_pages) as TotalPages, sum(a.used_pages) as UsedPages, sum(a.data_pages)… Read More »
Many times we need to alter the table definition by adding , deleting or updating a column in the table. In this article, I am trying to explain the following :- 1. How to add a column 2. How to update a column 3. How to drop a column Suppose we have a table say… Read More »
To rename a column in a SQL Table following command can be reused: SP_RENAME ‘old table name’, ‘New table name’ For example, if we want to rename the table from employee to employeemaster, following command can be used. SP_RENAME ’employee’, ’employeemaster’ This command will rename the table from employee to employeemaster.
We often need to change the name of a column of a table to a new name. We can do this with the help of the Exec Sp_rename command. The Syntax of the Sp_rename is given below:- Exec sp_rename ‘TableName.[OldColumnName]’, ‘[NewColumnName]’, ‘Column’ For example, suppose we have a table called Employee who has the following structure:-… Read More »
Introduction Tables can be defined as the structure which contains the data in the database. This article discuss about the different ways to create a table and insert data into the table. Some of the ways to create a table is given below:- 1)Creation of a table with the help of a create statement For… Read More »