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SQL SERVER – Change Default Fill Factor For Index

SQL Server has default value for fill factor is Zero (0). The fill factor is implemented only when the index is created; it is not maintained after the index is created as data is added, deleted, or updated in the table. When creating an index, you can specify a fill factor to leave extra gaps and reserve a percentage of free space on each leaf level page of the index to accommodate future expansion in the storage of the table’s data and reduce the potential for page splits. Let us learn about how to change default fill factor of index.

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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. Syntax sp_helptext @objname = 'name' sp_helptext [ @objname = ] 'name' [ , […
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