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SQL Server 2008 error trying to return number of table in a DB

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See attachment of error and select statement when trying to return a count of number of tables in a database.
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by:burdit
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Why are you debugging it? Just hit F5 (execute).
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PadawanDBA earned 500 total points
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If you're looking for the number of tables in a database, why don't you just use:

use <database_to_count>
go;

select
    count( 1 ) as tableCount
from
    sys.tables;

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by:bjbrown
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Thanks for the quick response and accurate solution.
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