How to drop a primary key in microsoft sql server
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name of constraints and indexes that you’re dropping. This isn’t a problem when ...
name of constraints and indexes that you’re dropping. This isn’t a problem when
you’re working with the management studio, because it looks at the database
metadata and generates code like
ALTER TABLE [dbo].[someTable] DROP CONSTRAINT
It’s less convenient, however, when you’re writing a set of migration scripts in SQL to
implement changes that you make over the database in time. Specifically, if you
create the table twice in two different databases, the hexadecimal string in the name
of the key will be different — the ALTER TABLE statement will fail when you try to
drop the index later, since the name of the key won’t match.
Here’s a stored procedure that looks up the name of the primary key
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