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SharePoint site to database

Posted on 2011-02-27
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Hi guys,

Is there a way to see what SQL Database a SharePoint site is sitting on. I want to be able to see (if I were to take offline a database) what sites would be affected before actually doing so.

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by:ezskol
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In Central Administration > Application Management > Content Databases

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by:NTTldola
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ezskol,

I can see the database in there, but where is the associated site?

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navtej_dhillon earned 500 total points
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Go to central Administration-->Application Management-->Site Collection List--> Choose your web Application--> Choose your site collection, you can see database name in summary of site collection being displayed on right.


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