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How to empty SQL Server 2005 database using cursor & sys.objects (Deleting All Tables, stored procedures, views & UDF’s)

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For Ravi LVS,
 
The way you have suggested to Empty the database by just deleting and recreating it, is not at all smarter way when you are about to empty a remote database located on live database server,

There are times when you don't hold such rights of deleting database on Live database server,
 
A simple alternate for that is that you generate drop object script and run the drop query,
 
But even generating drop object script and dropping objects again becomes tedious sometimes. as it goes in two steps 1> generate scripts 2> run that script. and doing so will take double time.
 
Cheers,
Kiran Dangar

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