SQL SERVER – Disable All Triggers on a Database – Disable All Triggers on All Servers

Just a day ago, I received question in email regarding my article SQL SERVER – 2005 Disable Triggers – Drop Triggers.

Question : How to disable all the triggers for database? Additionally, how to disable all the triggers for all servers?
Disable all the triggers for a single database:
USE AdventureWorks;
TRIGGER Person.uAddress ON AdventureWorks;

Disable all the triggers for all servers:
USE AdventureWorks;

Reference : Pinal Dave (http://blog.SQLAuthority.com), BOL-Triggers

SQL SERVER – 2005 – Create Script to Copy Database Schema and All The Objects – Stored Procedure, Functions, Triggers, Tables, Views, Constraints and All Other Database Objects

Update: This article is re-written with SQL Server 2008 R2 instance over here: SQL SERVER – 2008 – 2008 R2 – Create Script to Copy Database Schema and All The Objects – Data, Schema, Stored Procedure, Functions, Triggers, Tables, Views, Constraints and All Other Database Objects

Following quick tutorial demonstrates how to create T-SQL script to copy complete database schema and all of its objects such as Stored Procedure, Functions, Triggers, Tables, Views, Constraints etc. You can review your schema, backup for reference or use it to compare with previous backup.

Step 1 : Start

Step 2 : Welcome Screen

Step 3 : Select One or Multiple Database
If Script all objects in the selected database checkbox is not selected it will give options to selected individual objects on respective screen. (e.g. Stored Procedure, Triggers and all other object will have their own screen where they can be selected)

Step 4 : Select database options

Step 5 : Select output option

Step 6 : Review Summary

Step 7 : Observe script generation process

Step 8 : Database object script generation completed in new query window

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SQL SERVER – 2005 – Server and Database Level DDL Triggers Examples and Explanation

I was asked following questions when discussing security issues in meeting with off-shore team of large database consultancy company few days ago. I will only discuss one of the security issue was discussed accidental data modification by developers and DBAs themselves.

How to alter modification in database by system admin himself?

How to prevent accidents due to fat fingers? (Accidental execution of code)

How to display message to contact another developers when another developer tries to modify object another developer working on?

It was interesting conversation. Answer to all the questions is correct assignment of permissions and (when permissions are not an issue) Server and Database Level DDL Triggers. If developers have their own login to SQL Server and it does not have permissions to drop or create objects this will not be issue at all. However, there are still risk of System Admin himself making accidental mistakes. The solution to this will be use Server and Database Level DDL Triggers.

DDL is abbreviation of Data Definition Level. DDL contains schema of the database object. It was always dream of all DBA, when change in mission critical schema of the database or server is attempted it is prevented immediately informing DBA and users automatically. DDL Trigger can now make this dream true. Definition of DDL Trigger (from BOL) is DDL Triggers are a special kind of trigger that fire in response to Data Definition Language (DDL) statements. They can be used to perform administrative tasks in the database such as auditing and regulating database operations.

DML is abbreviation of Data Manipulation Level. DML contains the actual data which is stored in the database schema. UPDATE, INSERT, DELETE, SELECT are clause are used to manipulate database. There is following different between DML and DDL triggers.

  • DDL triggers do not support INSTEAD OF feature DML triggers.
  • DDL triggers do not have feature of inserted and deleted tables like DML triggers as it does not participate in database manipulations.

Following example demonstrates how DDL trigger can be used to prevent dropping stored procedure.

Step 1 :

First create any sample stored procedure.
USE AdventureWorks; 
CREATE PROCEDURE TestSP             
SELECT 1 test; 

Step 2 :

Create DDL trigger which will prevent dropping the stored procedure.

USE AdventureWorks 
CREATE TRIGGER PreventDropSP             
ON DATABASE             
PRINT 'Dropping Procedure is not allowed. DDL Trigger is preventing this from happening. To drop stored procedure run following script. 

Step 3 :

Now test above trigger by attempting to drop the stored procedure.

USE AdventureWorks 

This should throw following message along with error code 3609 :

Dropping Procedure is not allowed.

DDL Trigger is preventing this from happening.

To drop stored procedure run following script.

Script :


<Run your DROP SP>;


Msg 3609, Level 16, State 2, Line 1

The transaction ended in the trigger. The batch has been aborted.

Step 4 :

Now DISABLE above trigger and it will let you successfully drop the stored procedure previously attempted to drop. Once it is dropped enable trigger again to prevent future accidents.

USE AdventureWorks 

List of all the DDL events (DROP_PROCEDURE in example above) to use with DDL Trigger are listed on MSDN.

If you want to download local copy click here.

Reference : Pinal Dave (http://www.SQLAuthority.com), BOL

SQL SERVER – Stored Procedure to display code (text) of Stored Procedure, Trigger, View or Object

This is another popular question I receive. How to see text/content/code of Stored Procedure. System stored procedure that prints the text of a rule, a default, or an unencrypted stored procedure, user-defined function, trigger, or view.

sp_helptext @objname = 'name'

sp_helptext [ @objname = ] 'name' [ , [ @columnname = ] computed_column_name
Displaying the definition of a trigger or stored procedure
sp_helptext 'dbo.nameofsp'

Reference : Pinal Dave (http://blog.SQLAuthority.com) , BOL

SQL SERVER – Disadvantages (Problems) of Triggers

One of my team member asked me should I use triggers or stored procedure. Both of them has its usage and needs. I just basically told him few issues with triggers. This is small note about our discussion.

Disadvantages(Problems) of Triggers

  • It is easy to view table relationships , constraints, indexes, stored procedure in database but triggers are difficult to view.
  • Triggers execute invisible to client-application application. They are not visible or can be traced in debugging code.
  • It is hard to follow their logic as it they can be fired before or after the database insert/update happens.
  • It is easy to forget about triggers and if there is no documentation it will be difficult to figure out for new developers for their existence.
  • Triggers run every time when the database fields are updated and it is overhead on system. It makes system run slower.

I do not use triggers. In my whole career I am able to get my work done using Stored Procedures instead of Triggers. (Implementation and Architecture changes are required if either of is to be used to support business logic).

Reference : Pinal Dave (http://blog.SQLAuthority.com)

SQL SERVER – 2005 Understanding Trigger Recursion and Nesting with examples

Trigger events can be fired within another trigger action. One Trigger execution can trigger even on another table or same table. This trigger is called NESTED TRIGGER or RECURSIVE TRIGGER. Nested triggers SQL Server supports the nesting of triggers up to a maximum of 32 levels. Nesting means that when a trigger is fired, it will also cause another trigger to be fired. If a trigger creates an infinitive loop, the nesting level of 32 will be exceeded and the trigger will cancel with an error message. Recursive triggers When a trigger fires and performs a statement that will cause the same trigger to fire, recursion will occur.

Disable Nesting/Recursing Triggers
Following script will stop executing all the nested triggers.
sp_CONFIGURE 'nested_triggers',0

There is also alternate way to stop Trigger Recursion


Restrict Trigger Nesting to certain level
Put following script in trigger code. This will stop the trigger recursion after certain levels. In following case it will stop after 5 recursion.
IF ((

Reference : Pinal Dave (http://blog.SQLAuthority.com)

SQL SERVER – Good, Better and Best Programming Techniques

A week ago, I was invited to meeting of programmers. Subject of meeting was “Good, Better and Best Programming Techniques”. I had made small note before I went to meeting, so if I have to talk about or discuss SQL Server it can come handy. Well, I did not get chance to talk on that as it was very causal and just meeting and greetings. Everybody just talked about what they think about their job. I talked very briefly about SQL Server, my current job and some funny incident at work.

Everybody laughed big when I talked about funny bug ticket I received which was about – Client does not receive Email sent by system. Well, at the end it was resolved without any programming as client did not have email address and needed to open one.

Well, here is my note which I prepared to discuss in meeting. This is not complete and is not in very details. This note contains what I think is best programming technique in SQL. There are lots to add here and many opinion are very generic to SQL and other programming languages.

Notes prepared for “Good, Better and Best Programming Techniques” meeting

Do not prefix stored procedure with SP_ prefix. As they are first searched in master database, before it is searched in any other database.

Always install latest server packs and security packs.

Make sure your SQL Server runs on optimal hardware. If your operating system supports 64 bit SQL Server, install 64 bit SQL Server on it. Raid 10 Array.

Reduce Network Traffic by using Stored Procedure. Return only required result set from database. If application needs paging it should have done in SQL Server instead of at application level.

After running query check Actual Execution Plan for cost of the query. Query can be analyzed in Database Engine Tuning Advisor.

Use User Defined Functions sparsely, use Stored Procedures instead.

Stored Procedure can achieve all the tasks UDF can do. SP provides much more features than UDFs.

Test system with realistic data rather than sample data. Realistic data provides better scenario for testing and reveals problems with real system before it goes to production.

Do not use SELECT *, use proper column names to decrease network traffic and fewer locks on table.

Avoid Cursors as it results in performance degradation. Sub Query, derived tables, CTE can perform same operation.

Reduces the use of nullable columns.

NULL columns consumes an extra byte on each column used as well as adds overhead in queries. Also NULL is not good for logic development for programmers.

Reduce deadlocks using query hints and proper logic of order in columns.

Normalized database always increases scalability and stability of the system. Do not go over 3rd normal form as it will adversely affect performance.

Use WHERE clauses to compare assertive logic. Use IN rather than NOT IN even though IN will require more value to specify in clause.

BLOBS must be stored filesystem and database should have path to them only. If path is common stored them in application variable and append with filename from the BLOBColumnName.

Always perform referential integrity checks and data validations using constraints such as the foreign key and check constraints.

SQL Server optimizer will use an index scan if the ORDER BY clause is on an indexed column.

Stored Procedure should return same numbers of resultset and same columns in any input parameters. Result Set of Stored Procedure should be deterministic.

Index should be created on highly selective columns, which are used in JOINS, WHERE and ORDER BY clause.

Format SQL Code. Make it readable. Wrap it.

Use Column name in ORDER BY clause instead of numbers.

Do not use TEXT or NTEXT if possible. In SQL Server 2005 use VARCHAR(MAX) or NVARCHAR(MAX).

Join tables in order that they always perform the most restrictive search first to filter out the maximum number of rows in the early phases of a multiple table join.

Remember to SET NOCOUNT ON at the beginning of your SQL bataches, stored procedures, triggers to avoid network traffic. This will also reduct the chances of error on linked server.

Do not use temp tables use CTE or Derived tables instead.

Always take backup of all the data.

Never ever work on production server.

Ask someone for help if you need it. We all need to learn.

Reference : Pinal Dave (http://blog.SQLAuthority.com)

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Another question I received is do I ask the same questions in interviews which I administrate.
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SQL Server Interview Questions and Answers – Part 6

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What are the properties of the Relational tables?
Relational tables have six properties:

  • Values are atomic.
  • Column values are of the same kind.
  • Each row is unique.
  • The sequence of columns is insignificant.
  • The sequence of rows is insignificant.
  • Each column must have a unique name.

What is De-normalization?
De-normalization is the process of attempting to optimize the performance of a database by adding redundant data. It is sometimes necessary because current DBMSs implement the relational model poorly. A true relational DBMS would allow for a fully normalized database at the logical level, while providing physical storage of data that is tuned for high performance. De-normalization is a technique to move from higher to lower normal forms of database modeling in order to speed up database access.

How to get @@error and @@rowcount at the same time?
If @@Rowcount is checked after Error checking statement then it will have 0 as the value of @@Recordcount as it would have been reset.
And if @@Recordcount is checked before the error-checking statement then @@Error would get reset. To get @@error and @@rowcount at the same time do both in same statement and store them in local variable. SELECT @RC = @@ROWCOUNT, @ER = @@ERROR

What is Identity?
Identity (or AutoNumber) is a column that automatically generates numeric values. A start and increment value can be set, but most DBA leave these at 1. A GUID column also generates numbers, the value of this cannot be controled. Identity/GUID columns do not need to be indexed.

What is a Scheduled Jobs or What is a Scheduled Tasks?
Scheduled tasks let user automate processes that run on regular or predictable cycles. User can schedule administrative tasks, such as cube processing, to run during times of slow business activity. User can also determine the order in which tasks run by creating job steps within a SQL Server Agent job. E.g. Back up database, Update Stats of Tables. Job steps give user control over flow of execution.  If one job fails, user can configure SQL Server Agent to continue to run the remaining tasks or to stop execution.

What is a table called, if it does not have neither Cluster nor Non-cluster Index? What is it used for?
Unindexed table or Heap. Microsoft Press Books and Book On Line (BOL) refers it as Heap.
A heap is a table that does not have a clustered index and, therefore, the pages are not linked by pointers. The IAM pages are the only structures that link the pages in a table together.
Unindexed tables are good for fast storing of data. Many times it is better to drop all indexes from table and than do bulk of inserts and to restore those indexes after that.

What is BCP? When does it used?
BulkCopy is a tool used to copy huge amount of data from tables and views. BCP does not copy the structures same as source to destination.

How do you load large data to the SQL server database?
BulkCopy is a tool used to copy huge amount of data from tables. BULK INSERT command helps to Imports a data file into a database table or view in a user-specified format.

Can we rewrite subqueries into simple select statements or with joins?
Subqueries can often be re-written to use a standard outer join, resulting in faster performance. As we may know, an outer join uses the plus sign (+) operator to tell the database to return all non-matching rows with NULL values. Hence we combine the outer join with a NULL test in the WHERE clause to reproduce the result set without using a sub-query.

Can SQL Servers linked to other servers like Oracle?
SQL Server can be lined to any server provided it has OLE-DB provider from Microsoft to allow a link. E.g. Oracle has a OLE-DB provider for oracle that Microsoft provides to add it as linked server to SQL Server group.

How to know which index a table is using?
SELECT table_name,index_name FROM user_constraints

How to copy the tables, schema and views from one SQL server to another?
Microsoft SQL Server 2000 Data Transformation Services (DTS) is a set of graphical tools and programmable objects that lets user extract, transform, and consolidate data from disparate sources into single or multiple destinations.

What is Self Join?
This is a particular case when one table joins to itself, with one or two aliases to avoid confusion. A self join can be of any type, as long as the joined tables are the same. A self join is rather unique in that it involves a relationship with only one table. The common example is when company have a hierarchal reporting structure whereby one member of staff reports to another.

What is Cross Join?
A cross join that does not have a WHERE clause produces the Cartesian product of the tables involved in the join. The size of a Cartesian product result set is the number of rows in the first table multiplied by the number of rows in the second table. The common example is when company wants to combine each product with a pricing table to analyze each product at each price.

Which virtual table does a trigger use?
Inserted and Deleted.

List few advantages of Stored Procedure.

  • Stored procedure can reduced network traffic and latency, boosting application performance.
  • Stored procedure execution plans can be reused, staying cached in SQL Server’s memory, reducing server overhead.
  • Stored procedures help promote code reuse.
  • Stored procedures can encapsulate logic. You can change stored procedure code without affecting clients.
  • Stored procedures provide better security to your data.

What is DataWarehousing?

  • Subject-oriented, meaning that the data in the database is organized so that all the data elements relating to the same real-world event or object are linked together;
  • Time-variant, meaning that the changes to the data in the database are tracked and recorded so that reports can be produced showing changes over time;
  • Non-volatile, meaning that data in the database is never over-written or deleted, once committed, the data is static, read-only, but retained for future reporting;
  • Integrated, meaning that the database contains data from most or all of an organization’s operational applications, and that this data is made consistent.

What is OLTP(OnLine Transaction Processing)?
In OLTP – online transaction processing systems relational database design use the discipline of data modeling and generally follow the Codd rules of data normalization in order to ensure absolute data integrity. Using these rules complex information is broken down into its most simple structures (a table) where all of the individual atomic level elements relate to each other and satisfy the normalization rules.

How do SQL server 2000 and XML linked? Can XML be used to access data?
You can execute SQL queries against existing relational databases to return results as XML rather than standard rowsets. These queries can be executed directly or from within stored procedures. To retrieve XML results, use the FOR XML clause of the SELECT statement and specify an XML mode of RAW, AUTO, or EXPLICIT.

OPENXML is a Transact-SQL keyword that provides a relational/rowset view over an in-memory XML document. OPENXML is a rowset provider similar to a table or a view. OPENXML provides a way to access XML data within the Transact-SQL context by transferring data from an XML document into the relational tables. Thus, OPENXML allows you to manage an XML document and its interaction with the relational environment.

What is an execution plan? When would you use it? How would you view the execution plan?
An execution plan is basically a road map that graphically or textually shows the data retrieval methods chosen by the SQL Server query optimizer for a stored procedure or ad-hoc query and is a very useful tool for a developer to understand the performance characteristics of a query or stored procedure since the plan is the one that SQL Server will place in its cache and use to execute the stored procedure or query. From within Query Analyzer is an option called “Show Execution Plan” (located on the Query drop-down menu). If this option is turned on it will display query execution plan in separate window when query is ran again.

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What command do we use to rename a db?
sp_renamedb ‘oldname’ , ‘newname’
If someone is using db it will not accept sp_renmaedb. In that case first bring db to single user using sp_dboptions. Use sp_renamedb to rename database. Use sp_dboptions to bring database to multi user mode.

What is sp_configure commands and set commands?
Use sp_configure to display or change server-level settings. To change database-level settings, use ALTER DATABASE. To change settings that affect only the current user session, use the SET statement.

What are the different types of replication? Explain.
The SQL Server 2000-supported replication types are as follows:

  • Transactional
  • Snapshot
  • Merge

Snapshot replication distributes data exactly as it appears at a specific moment in time and does not monitor for updates to the data. Snapshot replication is best used as a method for replicating data that changes infrequently or where the most up-to-date values (low latency) are not a requirement. When synchronization occurs, the entire snapshot is generated and sent to Subscribers.

Transactional replication, an initial snapshot of data is applied at Subscribers, and then when data modifications are made at the Publisher, the individual transactions are captured and propagated to Subscribers.

Merge replication is the process of distributing data from Publisher to Subscribers, allowing the Publisher and Subscribers to make updates while connected or disconnected, and then merging the updates between sites when they are connected.

What are the OS services that the SQL Server installation adds?
MS SQL SERVER SERVICE, SQL AGENT SERVICE, DTC (Distribution transac co-ordinator)

What are three SQL keywords used to change or set someone’s permissions?

What does it mean to have quoted_identifier on? What are the implications of having it off?
When SET QUOTED_IDENTIFIER is ON, identifiers can be delimited by double quotation marks, and literals must be delimited by single quotation marks. When SET QUOTED_IDENTIFIER is OFF, identifiers cannot be quoted and must follow all Transact-SQL rules for identifiers.

What is the STUFF function and how does it differ from the REPLACE function?
STUFF function to overwrite existing characters. Using this syntax, STUFF(string_expression, start, length, replacement_characters), string_expression is the string that will have characters substituted, start is the starting position, length is the number of characters in the string that are substituted, and replacement_characters are the new characters interjected into the string.
REPLACE function to replace existing characters of all occurance. Using this syntax REPLACE(string_expression, search_string, replacement_string), where every incidence of search_string found in the string_expression will be replaced with replacement_string.

Using query analyzer, name 3 ways to get an accurate count of the number of records in a table?
FROM table1
FROM table1
FROM sysindexes
WHERE id = OBJECT_ID(table1)
indid < 2

How to rebuild Master Database?
Shutdown Microsoft SQL Server 2000, and then run Rebuildm.exe. This is located in the Program Files\Microsoft SQL Server\80\Tools\Binn directory.
In the Rebuild Master dialog box, click Browse.
In the Browse for Folder dialog box, select the \Data folder on the SQL Server 2000 compact disc or in the shared network directory from which SQL Server 2000 was installed, and then click OK.
Click Settings. In the Collation Settings dialog box, verify or change settings used for the master database and all other databases.
Initially, the default collation settings are shown, but these may not match the collation selected during setup. You can select the same settings used during setup or select new collation settings. When done, click OK.
In the Rebuild Master dialog box, click Rebuild to start the process.
The Rebuild Master utility reinstalls the master database.
To continue, you may need to stop a server that is running.
Source: http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa197950(SQL.80).aspx

What is the basic functions for master, msdb, model, tempdb databases?
The Master database holds information for all databases located on the SQL Server instance and is the glue that holds the engine together. Because SQL Server cannot start without a functioning master database, you must administer this database with care.
The msdb database stores information regarding database backups, SQL Agent information, DTS packages, SQL Server jobs, and some replication information such as for log shipping.
The tempdb holds temporary objects such as global and local temporary tables and stored procedures.
The model is essentially a template database used in the creation of any new user database created in the instance.

What are primary keys and foreign keys?
Primary keys are the unique identifiers for each row. They must contain unique values and cannot be null. Due to their importance in relational databases, Primary keys are the most fundamental of all keys and constraints. A table can have only one Primary key.
Foreign keys are both a method of ensuring data integrity and a manifestation of the relationship between tables.

What is data integrity? Explain constraints?
Data integrity is an important feature in SQL Server. When used properly, it ensures that data is accurate, correct, and valid. It also acts as a trap for otherwise undetectable bugs within applications.

A PRIMARY KEY constraint is a unique identifier for a row within a database table. Every table should have a primary key constraint to uniquely identify each row and only one primary key constraint can be created for each table. The primary key constraints are used to enforce entity integrity.

A UNIQUE constraint enforces the uniqueness of the values in a set of columns, so no duplicate values are entered. The unique key constraints are used to enforce entity integrity as the primary key constraints.

A FOREIGN KEY constraint prevents any actions that would destroy links between tables with the corresponding data values. A foreign key in one table points to a primary key in another table. Foreign keys prevent actions that would leave rows with foreign key values when there are no primary keys with that value. The foreign key constraints are used to enforce referential integrity.

A CHECK constraint is used to limit the values that can be placed in a column. The check constraints are used to enforce domain integrity.

A NOT NULL constraint enforces that the column will not accept null values. The not null constraints are used to enforce domain integrity, as the check constraints.

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