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BISQL # 29 : Analysis and Documentation Query

 

Hi Friends,

Following are  some useful queries which will help you in documentation as well as in Analysis purpose.

I have given definition of each at start in comments of query !!

--LISTING ALL TABLE INFORMATION BY TABLE NAME COLUMN NAME AND DATA TYPE OTHER DETAILS TOO

        SELECT OBJECT_SCHEMA_NAME(T.[object_id],DB_ID()) AS [Schema],
        T.[name] AS [table_name], AC.[name] AS [column_name],   
        TY.[name] AS system_data_type, AC.[max_length],  
        AC.[precision], AC.[scale], AC.[is_nullable], AC.[is_ansi_padded]  
        FROM sys.[tables] AS T   
        INNER JOIN sys.[all_columns] AC ON T.[object_id] = AC.[object_id]  
        INNER JOIN sys.[types] TY ON AC.[system_type_id] = TY.[system_type_id] AND AC.[user_type_id] = TY.[user_type_id]   
        WHERE T.[is_ms_shipped] = 0  
        ORDER BY T.[name], AC.[column_id]

--LISTING ALL THE DMV/DMF USING SYS.ALL_OBJECTS CATALOG VIEW 
        SELECT * FROM sys.all_objects 
        WHERE name LIKE 'dm_%' ORDER BY name 

--Listing all the DMV/DMF using sys.system_objects catalog view 
        SELECT * FROM sys.system_objects 
        WHERE name LIKE 'dm_%' ORDER BY name 

--LISTING ALL THE DMV/DMF ALONG WITH ITS COLUMNS, THEIR DATA TYPES AND SIZE 
        SELECT so.name AS [DMV/DMF], sc.name AS [Column],  
        t.name AS [Data Type], sc.column_id [Column Ordinal],  
        sc.max_length, sc.PRECISION, sc.scale 
        FROM sys.system_objects so 
        INNER JOIN sys.system_columns sc ON so.OBJECT_ID = sc.OBJECT_ID 
        INNER JOIN sys.types t ON sc.user_type_id = t.user_type_id 
        WHERE so.name LIKE 'dm_%'  
        ORDER BY so.name, sc.column_id 
 
--CATCHING QUERY WHICH TAKING LOGER TIME 
        SELECT DB_NAME(database_id) AS [Database], [text] AS [Query]   
        FROM sys.dm_exec_requests r  
        CROSS APPLY sys.dm_exec_sql_text(r.plan_handle) st  
        WHERE session_Id > 50 
 
--LISTING OF ALL CURRENT WORKING OPERATION IN DATABASE
        select * from sys.dm_exec_requests

--VIEWING THE DEFINITION OF DMV USING SP_HELPTEXT 
        EXEC sp_helptext 'sys.dm_exec_query_stats' 

--VIEWING THE DEFINITION OF DMV USING OBJECT_DEFINITION FUNCTION 
        SELECT OBJECT_DEFINITION(OBJECT_ID('sys.dm_exec_query_stats'))

--ALL HISTORY REALATED INFORMATION OF SCHEMA 
        SELECT * FROM sys.sysobjects 
        WHERE xtype = 'U'--Without schema name for backward compatibility 
        SELECT * FROM sysobjects 
        WHERE xtype = 'U' 

--LISTING BASIC INFORMATION OF ALL TABLE FROM GIVEN DATABASE
--TYPE-1 
        SELECT * FROM INFORMATION_SCHEMA.TABLES Order by TABLE_TYPE
--TYPE-2
        SELECT * FROM sys.objects 
        WHERE type_desc = 'USER_TABLE' 

--LISTING ALL CONSTARINS OF THE TABLE IN GIVEN DATABASE
        SELECT * FROM INFORMATION_SCHEMA.TABLE_CONSTRAINTS

--LISTING OF ALL INFORNATION OF COLOUMN 
        SELECT * FROM INFORMATION_SCHEMA.COLUMNS order by TABLE_NAME 

--LISTING ALL VIEW IN THE DATABASE WITH ALL DETAILS 
        SELECT * FROM INFORMATION_SCHEMA.VIEWS
        SELECT * FROM sys.views 

--LISTING ALL STORED PROC EXIST IN THE DATABSE WITH ALL DAETAILS 
        SELECT * FROM INFORMATION_SCHEMA.ROUTINES 

 

This queries are I have already post on my blog in last December :Documentation And Maintenance Useful Queries

Hope this helps !!

For more interesting information on SQL we can also look into similar topics such as

· BISQL # 30 : How Should I Find Information about Data Type

· BISQL # 31 : How To Create Folder from SSMS

· BISQL # 32 : How To find Parent Child Relationship Between Tables

· BISQL # 33 : Lets Understand Stored Procedure

· BISQL # 34 : What is Identity IN SQL {Identity Part–I}

 

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