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#scripting.ps1 #Script all the table objects in the AdventureWorks database param ( [string]$srvname='MyServer\MyInstance', [string]$dbname='AdventureWorks', [string]$scrname='c:\dbscript.sql' ) # Load SMO assembly, and if we're running SQL 2008 DLLs load the SMOExtended and SQLWMIManagement libraries $v = [System.Reflection.Assembly]::LoadWithPartialName ('Microsoft.SqlServer.SMO') $p = $v.FullName.Split(',') $p1 = $p[1].Split('=') $p2 = $p1[1].Split('.') if ($p2[0] -ne '9') { [System.Reflection.Assembly]::LoadWithPartialName('Microsoft.SqlServer. SMOExtended') | out-null [System.Reflection.Assembly]::LoadWithPartialName('Microsoft.SqlServer. SQLWMIManagement') | out-null } $srv = new-object ('Microsoft.SqlServer.Management.Smo.Server') $srvname $db = $srv.Databases[$dbname] $scrp = new-object ('Microsoft.SqlServer.Management.Smo.Scripter') ($srv)
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$scrp.Options.ScriptDrops = $False $scrp.Options.WithDependencies = $True $scrp.Options.FileName = $scrname $scrp.Options.IncludeHeaders = $True $scrp.Options.AppendToFile = $True $scrp.Options.ToFileOnly = $True $scrp.Options.ClusteredIndexes = $True $scrp.Options.DriAll = $True $scrp.Options.Indexes = $True $scrp.Script($db.Tables)
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This chapter presents just a few examples of methods for automating your management of SQL Server using SMO and PowerShell. You can find many additional examples on the web and on the Codeplex site to help you solve your SQL Server management problems. You ll also find additional examples in my blog at http:/ /sqlblog.com/blogs/allen_white/default.aspx.
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Allen White is a SQL Server trainer and consultant who s been using SQL Server since 1992. He has been awarded Microsoft s MVP Award for his work in the SQL Server community for three years.
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In SQL Server 2008 Enterprise Edition, instance- and database-level audit is now built into the Database Engine with its own set of instance- and database-level objects Server Audit and Server Audit Specification at the instance level, and Database Audit Specification at the database level. SQL Server 2005 introduced event notifications and data definition language (DDL) triggers as mechanisms for auditing DDL statements, but coverage of events wasn t complete. There was no support for auditing access to data, and there was no tool support available in SQL Server Management Studio (SSMS). Generating audit event s in SQL 2008 is extremely lightweight compared to previously available mechanisms, and is based on the new extended events infrastructure, which is designed to have an extremely low overhead even for large numbers of events. It also allows much finer-grained event filtering.
NOTE
All of the new audit features described in this chapter require SQL Server 2008 Enterprise or Developer Edition, and aren t available in lower editions.
Overview of audit infrastructure
In SQL Server 2008, all events are now auditable using the new audit objects, including those not available via event notifications in previous versions of SQL Server. Configuration is greatly simplified with built-in tool support in SSMS. Figure 1 gives an overview of the various audit objects.
Server audit objects
You can define the properties of an audit, such as Queue Delay or Action on Audit Failure, as well as the output target, such as File, Windows Application Log, or Windows Security Log. You can create multiple server audits, each of which defines its own target.
Practical auditing in SQL Server 2008
Overview of audit object relationships
Server audit specification objects
You can define the audit action groups that you want to audit at the instance level, along with the server audit they belong to. There can be a maximum of one server audit specification per server audit. You can create multiple server audit specifications, as long as each one uses a separate server audit.
Database audit specification objects
You can define the individual audit actions or action groups that you want to audit at the database level, including any filters and the server audit they belong to. There can be a maximum of one database audit specification per database per server audit. You can create multiple database audit specifications for the same database, but they need to belong to separate server audits.
Server audits
The Server Audit object is the first object you create when enabling auditing for an instance of SQL Server 2008. It defines the output target for audit events generated by audit specifications. You can choose from three possible audit output types for a Server Audit object: Windows Application Event Log Windows Security Event Log File (local or remote) When you specify the Application or Security Log target, the settings listed in table 1 are available for configuration.
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