This is a stored procedure that can be run in any database to change all tables and views so that they’re owned by dbo. It can be called like “exec sp_change_table_owner_to_dbo” and it will change all views and table to be owned by dbo or “exec sp_change_table_owner_to_dbo name” and it will change all views and tables owned by “name” to be owned by dbo.
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The script needs to be compiled in the master database under a dbo account. It should work in SQL Server 7 and up.
Author: David Satz
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