I want to retrieve the statistics on a table and store them in a different table for historical purposes.
I need things like Row count etc but I do not want to do a count(*) if these values are stored somewhere.
I know one can use DBCC SHOW_STATISTICS but does anyone have any code that simplifies this - in other words loops through all the user tables and get the statistics for them?
or does anyone know where these values are stored.
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