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Get a list of all tables from a database and their respective size in MB

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How to list all tables of a SQL Server database and their respective size in MB?

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Felipe
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you can use sp_spaceused
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create table #t(tablename nvarchar(255), rows int, reserved nvarchar(255), data nvarchar(255), index_size nvarchar(255), unused nvarchar(255))

insert into #t
exec sp_msforeachtable 'exec sp_spaceused [?]'

select * from #t
order by rows desc
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It works!

Thanks!
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