ScriptingOptions.NoCommandTerminator ScriptingOptions.NoCommandTerminator ScriptingOptions.NoCommandTerminator Property

Definition

Gets or sets the Boolean property value that specifies whether individual Transact-SQL statements are delimited in the generated script.

public:
 property bool NoCommandTerminator { bool get(); void set(bool value); };
public bool NoCommandTerminator { get; set; }
Public Property NoCommandTerminator As Boolean
Property Value

A Boolean value that specifies whether individual Transact-SQL statements are delimited in the generated script.

If True, individual Transact-SQL statements are not delimited in the generated script.

If False (default), individual Transact-SQL statements are delimited by using the connection-specific command terminator.

Examples

The following code example specifies that individual Transact-SQL statements will not be delimited.

Visual Basic

Dim scOps As New ScriptingOptions()  
scOps.NoCommandTerminator = true  

PowerShell

$scOps = New-Object Microsoft.SqlServer.Management.Smo.ScriptingOptions  
$scOps.NoCommandTerminator = $TRUE  

Applies to