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Are they any objects that could be CREATEd, ALTERed, or DROPped in SQL Server 2012 other than the following list:

Stored procedures

P.S. I'm only interested in CREATE, ALTER, and DROP keywords.

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closed as off-topic by Jon Seigel, RolandoMySQLDBA, Paul White, Mark Storey-Smith, Max Vernon Mar 5 '14 at 6:50

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Ummm... what are you trying to do with this? Let's start there. – Jon Seigel Feb 28 '14 at 2:37

These MSDN links has an exclusive list of all possible DROP/CREATE/ALTER statements, There are plenty of options possible. What really are you looking for?




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