Delete conditions from MS SQL 2008 table

I have a table that somehow got added some conditions that I wish to delete. I am using MS SQL 2008 and I am not sure how to do this in the Enterprise. The bottom part of my table looks like:

ActNote] [varchar] (255) COLLATE SQL_Latin1_General_CP1_CI_AS NULL,
[DateInitiated] [datetime] NULL,
[LastModified] [datetime] NULL,
[Complete] [bit] NULL CONSTRAINT [DF_Activities_Complete] DEFAULT ((0)),
[PartyList] [text] COLLATE SQL_Latin1_General_CP1_CI_AS NULL,
[TimeSpent] [int] NOT NULL CONSTRAINT [DF_Activities_TimeSpent] DEFAULT ((0)),
[BlobId] [int] NULL,
[Processtep] [nvarchar] (150) COLLATE SQL_Latin1_General_CP1_CI_AS NULL,
[ProcesstepID] [int] NULL,
[sent_by] [int] NULL CONSTRAINT [DF_Activities_sent_by] DEFAULT ((0)),
[responsible] [int] NULL,
[Schdemailon] [datetime] NULL,
[efile] [smallint] NOT NULL CONSTRAINT [DF__Activitie__efile__2A563856] DEFAULT ((0)),
[efiledate] [datetime] NULL,
[efilereference] [varchar] (255) COLLATE SQL_Latin1_General_CP1_CI_AS NULL
)
GO
-- Constraints and Indexes

ALTER TABLE [dbo].[Activities] ADD CONSTRAINT [PK_Activities] PRIMARY KEY NONCLUSTERED  ([ActivityId])
GO
CREATE CLUSTERED INDEX [_dta_index_Activities_c_11_1702297124__K2] ON [dbo].[Activities] ([CaseId])
GO
CREATE NONCLUSTERED INDEX [_dta_index_Activities_11_1702297124__K3_K5_K11_K2_K18_13] ON [dbo].[Activities] ([FirmId], [ActType], [Complete], [CaseId], [responsible]) INCLUDE ([TimeSpent])
GO
CREATE STATISTICS [_dta_stat_1702297124_1_14_6_2_11_3] ON [dbo].[Activities] ([ActivityId], [BlobId], [ActName], [CaseId], [Complete], [FirmId])
GO
CREATE STATISTICS [_dta_stat_1702297124_6_1_14_2_3_5_11] ON [dbo].[Activities] ([ActName], [ActivityId], [BlobId], [CaseId], [FirmId], [ActType], [Complete])
GO
CREATE STATISTICS [_dta_stat_1702297124_6_2_3_5_1] ON [dbo].[Activities] ([ActName], [CaseId], [FirmId], [ActType], [ActivityId])
GO
CREATE STATISTICS [_dta_stat_1702297124_6_2_3_5_11_1] ON [dbo].[Activities] ([ActName], [CaseId], [FirmId], [ActType], [Complete], [ActivityId])
GO
CREATE STATISTICS [_dta_stat_1702297124_5_1_14_6_2_11] ON [dbo].[Activities] ([ActType], [ActivityId], [BlobId], [ActName], [CaseId], [Complete])
GO
CREATE STATISTICS [_dta_stat_1702297124_5_2_11] ON [dbo].[Activities] ([ActType], [CaseId], [Complete])
GO
CREATE STATISTICS [_dta_stat_1702297124_5_11_3] ON [dbo].[Activities] ([ActType], [Complete], [FirmId])
GO
CREATE STATISTICS [_dta_stat_1702297124_14_3_5_1_6] ON [dbo].[Activities] ([BlobId], [FirmId], [ActType], [ActivityId], [ActName])
GO
CREATE STATISTICS [_dta_stat_1702297124_2_5] ON [dbo].[Activities] ([CaseId], [ActType])
GO
CREATE STATISTICS [_dta_stat_1702297124_2_11_3_5_1_14] ON [dbo].[Activities] ([CaseId], [Complete], [FirmId], [ActType], [ActivityId], [BlobId])
GO
CREATE STATISTICS [_dta_stat_1702297124_2_3_5] ON [dbo].[Activities] ([CaseId], [FirmId], [ActType])
GO
CREATE STATISTICS [_dta_stat_1702297124_2_18_11_3_5] ON [dbo].[Activities] ([CaseId], [responsible], [Complete], [FirmId], [ActType])
GO
CREATE STATISTICS [_dta_stat_1702297124_11_1_14_6] ON [dbo].[Activities] ([Complete], [ActivityId], [BlobId], [ActName])
GO
CREATE STATISTICS [_dta_stat_1702297124_11_3] ON [dbo].[Activities] ([Complete], [FirmId])
GO
CREATE STATISTICS [_dta_stat_1702297124_3_5_14_1_6] ON [dbo].[Activities] ([FirmId], [ActType], [BlobId], [ActivityId], [ActName])
GO
CREATE STATISTICS [_dta_stat_1702297124_18_3_5_11] ON [dbo].[Activities] ([responsible], [FirmId], [ActType], [Complete])
GO

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How can I delete all those entries that read "Create statistics ... bla bla" and leave everything else untouched.  There isnt any place in the Enterprise where I can see this. I got to see this by using a tool to compare to another database and it shows this.
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sventhanCommented:
In SSMS right click on the tables, you'll see create scripts. Choose DROP & Create to generate the script. Please EDIT the script as you like once you generated.
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AleksAuthor Commented:
Any idea where those createstats statements came from ?
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Rahul AgarwalTeam LeaderCommented:
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HainKurtSr. System AnalystCommented:
use

DROP STATISTICS [_dta_stat_1702297124_1_14_6_2_11_3];
...
DROP STATISTICS [_dta_stat_1702297124_18_3_5_11];

or in one line

DROP STATISTICS [_dta_stat_1702297124_1_14_6_2_11_3],...,[_dta_stat_1702297124_18_3_5_11];


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sventhanCommented:
Did you run sp_createstats? This SP might have created.
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Rahul AgarwalTeam LeaderCommented:
use

DROP STATISTICS [_dta_stat_1702297124_1_14_6_2_11_3];
...
DROP STATISTICS [_dta_stat_1702297124_18_3_5_11];
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AleksAuthor Commented:
It asks me to provide the object name (table)
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AleksAuthor Commented:
DROP INDEX [_dta_index_Users_c_11_390292450__K6_K7] ON [dbo].[Users]
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