A few months ago I was upgrading from SQL2000 to SQL2005 (it is a slow step in the right direction). The schema had been a user schema and I needed it changed back to the “dbo” schema so it would work with the new software. I first tried recreating the tables and realize it could take me all day. Then I tried the Export data feature. This would also have worked, but again was really time-consuming. Luckily, someone sent me this little script:
exec sp_MSforeachtable "ALTER SCHEMA dbo TRANSFER ? PRINT '? modified' "
Run this on the database you need to fix the schema on and you have just saved yourself a bunch of work.