Please provide a list of SQL Database Objects

Please provide a list of SQL Database Objects

I am curious about whether "SQL Database Objects" makes you think of scripts, stored procedures, functions, views and triggers. Or, if there is a set of objects I may have not worked with yet.

Please confirm that those which I listed are in fact "SQL Database Objects" or list any that come to mind.

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Jim HornSQL Server Data DudeCommented:
For starters, give this a whirl..

USE {database name goes here}

SELECT name, type_desc, type
FROM sys.objects o
WHERE type NOT IN ('S', 'IT', 'PK', 'F', 'D', 'SQ') 
ORDER BY type_desc, name

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>Please confirm that those which I listed are in fact "SQL Database Objects" or list any that come to mind.
No idea what this means.

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curiouswebsterSoftware EngineerAuthor Commented:
Thanks for the cool query.

Attached is an Excel of the results.

What are the meaning of those which you excluded?


If FN, a Scalar Function, is a normal database function, then I have worked with FN, P, TR, U and V. But, as far as I know, have not worked with C, IF.

Is FN a normal database function? A function which accepts one parameter and returns one parameter?

Thanks for your insight!
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