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As you progress through the book, there will be several times when you will be asked to, or have the option to, script what you are doing. This means that if you are creating a database or a table or are dealing with one of many other areas, you can output what you have been completing graphically to T-SQL code in a script. These options, shown in Figure 2-26, detail how you want the script to be generated: Delimit Individual Statements: Each T-SQL statement is superseded with the batch separator, so that each statement runs in its own batch. Include Descriptive Headers: This option places a short descriptive header at the top of the script. This normally contains details such as the date and time that the generation took place and the name of the object, among other details. IncludeVarDecimal: This feature will be removed in a future version of SQL Server. However, this option will allow decimal datatypes to be defined as variable in length. Script Change Tracking: Change tracking is new to SQL Server 2008 and is used to track what changes have been made to rows of data. By setting this option on, you define the script to be built so that any table with change tracking on will have the T-SQL code to do the same. Script for Server Version: This option defines which version of SQL Server the script should be aimed at. Script full-text catalogs: We don t go into detail on full-texting your tables in this book, but if you wish the generated script to include the catalogs that hold the full-texting details, this option will do that when set to True. Script USE <database>: If you need to prefix every action with a USE statement that defines which database the script should run against, set this to True. Generate Script for Dependent Objects: It is possible when generating a script to only script some of the objects. Use this option if you wish to ensure that the objects you choose and any other objects that use these are also scripted. Include IF NOT EXISTS Clause: At times, you will be creating scripts that are for creating objects. The IF NOT EXISTS clause tests if the database object exists, and if it does, it removes it before creating the object. Schema Qualify Object Names: Every object belongs to a schema, as you ll learn in 4. This option allows this grouping of objects to exist. Script Data Compression options: It is possible to compress your data, which will reduce the space used on hard drives. You may think that in today s times, with huge hard drives, that compressing data is not required, but with vast volumes of data, and many server rooms at capacity, this can be a very useful option. Setting this to True will include any compression options within your script. Script Extended Properties: It is possible to place extended properties in other words, properties over and above the standard on objects. Set this option to True to place these properties in the script. Script Permissions: This option places the permissions against each object in the script. It then defines who can access which object. Convert User-Defined Data Types: It is possible to create your own data types. We look at data types in 5. User-defined data types are built from the base data types. Setting this option to True converts any user-defined data type for a table to be put back to the SQL Server base type.
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Generate SET ANSI PADDING Commands: When scripting a CREATE TABLE statement, surround the command with the ANSI padding commands. ANSI padding details how data is held when it doesn t fill the size defined for the data type. Include Collation: You saw collation when creating an instance of SQL Server. This option allows you to say whether you wish to include collation in your script. Include IDENTITY Property: This is an option for columns in a table. You can autogenerate a number each time a row is added. You will see this in action in 7. Setting this option to True will include definitions for the IDENTITY property within your script. Schema Qualify Foreign Key References: In 4, you will see what schemas are. This option places the schema qualifier as a prefix for table references for foreign keys. Script Bound Defaults and Rules: This is not covered in this book. Leave it set to False. Script CHECK Constraints: You can use a check constraint to define a valid set or range of values for a column in a table. Set this to True for this to be scripted. Script Defaults (and Onwards): You will see all these objects discussed throughout the book. Setting these to True ensures that they are scripted.
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