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You will need to use REPLACE(IndexName, '].', ']].')andREPLACE(StatsName, '].', ']].') for indexes or stats with brackets and a dot in the name.
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Passwords should not be reversible. Ever. I'm sure this is just an example, but it should be changed to use something other than user/password for the columns so that people don't take this example and think it's OK to roll into production with something like this.
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