Thursday, September 15, 2011

Find Table Count and Tables without Primary Key in MS SQL

Post shows how you can Find total number of Tables in a database and the Tables which are without Primary Key in MS SQL

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Few days ago while working on MS SQL 2008 Transactional Replication I have faced following two issue

1) To find out the total number of tables to verify that Primary Server and Secondary server have same table count.

2) Tables without Primary key: After replication setup I have found that some tables were not replication. When I checked the logs it showed following error

This table cannot be published because it does not have a primary key column. Primary key columns are required for all tables in transactional publications.

1) Find Number of Tables:

a) Open MSSQL management studio and login using SA password or Administrator access.

b) Click on “New Query” and select the database using following command

use <database name>
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