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Renaming a Constraint

Posted on 2004-08-17
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Is is possible to rename a constraint once it's created (In Query Analyzer)....besides Dropping it and Recreating it.
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NO.

Constraints, Indexes atc. can be only droped and recreated.

If you want to seve time during recreation use WITH NOCHECK. It'll skip existing records checking.

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That's what I thought...
Although in Enterprise manager you can rename a PK or FK constraint or an index through the manage relationships button.   Although the one I want to change is a Default constraint which doesn't show up on the list.
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Be avare that if you rename something in EM it can result in drop/create and sometimes to create/copy/drop operation. This can have big impact on your server performance if done in "bad" moment.

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