Is log shipping DDL aware?

Is log shipping DDL aware?
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SashPCommented:
Can I script log shipping?

No. Currently, it is not possible to script log shipping. The only supported means of setting up log shipping is through the wizard.

I am not sure if this is the question you are asking.  What are you trying to achieve?
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xnmbAuthor Commented:
What i mean is, is log shipping capable of copying newly created or modified objects (e.g. change in table structure, new tables or SPs added, etc.) Is that possible?

Thanks.
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SashPCommented:
Changes to the schema of tables sps etc are written to the sys tables within your db and as such these changes are capture in the transaction log.

So the answer to your question is YES.
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