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Hi Folks,

I was trying to find out, what does "SQL Reset Script" mean?

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RG
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There's no standard meaning for "SQL Reset Script" in Microsoft SQL Server lingo.

Things which may get "reset" or restarted include:

  * SQL Services (via batch scripts to stop/restart services)
  * SQL Database table identifier keys (through import/export operations)
  * An entire SQL Database or objects therein (via DROP/CREATE scripts)

Or any other variant which employs the unclear term "reset"
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Raja Jegan R earned 500 total points
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The term SQL Reset Script might refer to the scripts that resets either the connection or session.

For eg: GO is a Reset script of a Batch Terminator.

It ends the scope of variables.

Kindly give us the scenario where you encountered this keyword and we can explain you better on this.
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