Few days ago I received a request to restore a dozen of tables because someone have deleted more data than it was supposed. I immediately thought about dbatools for the job! NOTE: I also thought about SSMS “Import/Export Data”. And this is ok when someone says “it’s to run just once, just now”. When you are in the IT for a while you know that is not only once :-). And what if I need to re-run?

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Probably you had the need to script out some objects from a SQL Server instance/database and this is quite easy. You just need to right click on the object (well…not on every single one, try it with an Availability Group :-), no script option available) select “Script XXXX as” and you have it. But have you realized that this option doesn’t bring all the stuff? Let’s say you are scripting a table and you have a Non-Clustered index or a trigger…using this option some of the objects under the table will not be scripted out.

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Cláudio Silva

Data Platform Architect and PowerShell lover.

Data Platform Architect