Friday, February 27, 2009

Executing multiple Sql Scripts

If you work with SQL Server and especially if your job includes DBA tasks it is very likely that you have run into situations when you had to take a bunch of scripts (maybe tenths of them and maybe hundreds) and execute them in a certain order one after the other against a database. It is a tedious task to say the least. Now imagine if you had to do the same thing for 10 servers or 100 servers then you are really in trouble - there comes a point when it will be more efficient for you to sit down and write an application that will help you automate the process then do this job even once.

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