T-SQL find tables without primary key

Here’s a T-SQL find tables without primary key.

SELECT OBJECT_SCHEMA_NAME(tables.object_id,db_id()) AS SchemaName,
tables.name As TableName
FROM sys.tables tables join sys.indexes indexes
ON tables.object_id=indexes.object_id
WHERE indexes.is_primary_key=0
GO

The sys.indexes.is_primary_key column indicates whether a table has a primary key or not. The value 1 indicates that table has a primary key column and a value of 0 indicates that table doesn’t have a primary key column.  The output from above query is shown below.

1_T-SQL find tables without primary key

 

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