PowerShell: Find & Replace SQL Server Stored Procedure Code En Masse Based On Custom Criteria

Today, a need came-up where a bunch of stored procedures had to be altered based on certain criteria. Easy way: Obviously, the easiest way would be to script out the stored procedures to a file/editor and do Find/Replace with the UI dialog. However, this does not work if there are lots of stored procedures and … Continue reading PowerShell: Find & Replace SQL Server Stored Procedure Code En Masse Based On Custom Criteria

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PowerShell: Backup All SSAS Databases To A Network Share

I am working on downgrading SQL Server Enterprise Edition (EE) s/w to Standard Edition (SE) where EE features are not used (to save money on licensing). We have a big list of these to go through. That required all SSAS databases to be backed-up to the network and restored after the edition downgrade. I will … Continue reading PowerShell: Backup All SSAS Databases To A Network Share

SQL Server – Running A Script Or SQL On Multiple Instances/Databases With PowerShell – Level 100

Today, I received a really simple request. There was an UPDATE statement that had to be run on quite a few databases in multiple instances. ┬áThis was for a vendor software we use and the statement was sent to me by a Helpdesk professional who manages the product. You need to have the SQLPS (older) … Continue reading SQL Server – Running A Script Or SQL On Multiple Instances/Databases With PowerShell – Level 100