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Sounds easy enough ...
EXECUTE sys.sp_catalogs 'server\instance'
returns:
CATALOG_NAME                DESCRIPTION
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
x                   NULL
y               NULL
z               NULL
master              NULL
model               NULL
msdb                NULL
Northwind           NULL
ReportServer$instance       NULL
ReportServer$instanceTempDB NULL
tempdb              NULL
r               NULL
This is actually a more general question that boils down to "How to set (most) ANY 'NULL' system table value to, presumeably a "user" defined value, programmatically".
Posted 3-Apr-13 9:52am
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Edited 3-Apr-13 9:54am
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Solution 1

Lookup SQL's UPDATE statement:
SQL UPDATE Statement[^]
UPDATE (Transact-SQL)[^]
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