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SQL Server 2008

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SandeepiiiFlag for India asked on
Microsoft SQL ServerMicrosoft SQL Server 2008
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Hi Expert,

I have a particular requirement to check following.
A store procedure which verify SQL server database setting are as per defined standard for platform.
List database setting with error report after match below mentioned requirements.


--      Database name with any special character
--      Collation Danish-Norwegian, Case Insensitive,
--      Accent Sensitive
--      Create and update stats async
--      Recovery mode: Simple, databases containing DW data.
--      ANSI settings :Yes
--      One read/write filegroup
--      One file pr. LUN pr. Filegroup (max 32)-Iam not very clear how to get this info.
--       Data, maxsize pre-allocated, no auto-growth
--        Log, no auto-growth
--      One set of partition definitions per partitioned table
--      Check database owner or SPI/SSPI information exist in extended property.
--      Any Sql Server version specifc feature used like datatype etc (Optional)
--      Show all tables where character column doesn't support unicode

Additional  Add-on features to it
--      When was any particular table queried by user under this database (Required)
--       List CLR Assembly version  and permission set (Optional)
--      List all user with db_owner and db_securityadmin permission (Optional)

Thanks in advance.
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