script restore 100 db automatically

Hello,

I search how to automaticaly restore 100 db with the same structure from db_001 to db_100

RESTORE DATABASE [db_001] FROM  DISK = N'\\share\backupsql$\db_001_20140928_031842.BAK' WITH  FILE = 1,  MOVE N'db_001_Data' TO N'd:\MSSQL\db_001_Data.mdf',  MOVE N'db_001_Log' TO N'd:\MSSQL\db_001_Log.ldf',  NOUNLOAD,  STATS = 5

GO

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Mohammed KhawajaManager - Infrastructure:  Information TechnologyCommented:
Best way to do is to create a database first and then restore the backup.  Below is a sample script:

USE master
GO
CREATE DATABASE Sales
ON
( NAME = Sales_dat,
   FILENAME = 'd:\MSSQL\db_100.mdf',
   SIZE = 20,
   FILEGROWTH = 10 )
LOG ON
( NAME = 'Sales_log',
   FILENAME = 'd:\MSSQL\db_100.ldf',
   SIZE = 20MB,
   FILEGROWTH = 10MB )
GO

RESTORE DATABASE [db_001] FROM  DISK = N'\\share\backupsql$\db_001_20140928_031842.BAK'
Go
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Vitor MontalvãoMSSQL Senior EngineerCommented:
I didn't test it but I think this script it's maybe what you are looking for:
DECLARE @NumOfRestores INT = 100
DECLARE @CurRestore INT = 1
DECLARE @RestoreCmd VARCHAR(4000)
DECLARE @NumFormat VARCHAR(3)

WHILE @CurRestore <= @NumOfRestores
BEGIN
	SET @NumFormat=RIGHT('000'+ CONVERT(VARCHAR,@CurRestore),3)
	SET @RestoreCmd = 'RESTORE DATABASE db_' + @NumFormat +
						' FROM  DISK = N''\\share\backupsql$\db_001_20140928_031842.BAK'' WITH  FILE = 1, MOVE N''db_' + @NumFormat +
						'_Data'' TO N''d:\MSSQL\db_' + @NumFormat + '_Data.mdf'', MOVE N''db_' + @NumFormat +
						'_Log'' TO N''d:\MSSQL\db_' + @NumFormat + '_Log.ldf'',  NOUNLOAD,  STATS = 5'
	EXEC @RestoreCmd
	SET @CurRestore=@CurRestore+1
END

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