Renaming Schemas

Shane O’Neill shows how to rename a schema (and how to get yourself in trouble trying):

I repeat the above: eh…what???

Where did my table go???

Please tell me I didn’t delete the table? It’s a test system and I took a backup before starting but it’s a whole lot of hassle to recreate the table.

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