How to see SQL 2008 R2 Data Structure Changes

Posted on 2011-10-03
Last Modified: 2012-06-27
I rrecently made data structure changes to a MS SQL 2008 R2 database. Does MS SQL keep track of those in a log that I can view?
Question by:AccessYourBiz_Com
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    No it doesn't. In the future you should back up the structure first. I run a script that backs up my structures daily.
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    by:Éric Moreau

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