The meta data is from an SQL 2012 Server.
I have posted alot more, find the whole list here.
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, nvarchar @index_name
, nvarchar @table_schema)
create procedure sys.sp_indexes_100_rowset ( @table_name sysname, @index_name sysname = null, @table_schema sysname = null ) as select TABLE_CATALOG = s_iv.TABLE_CATALOG, TABLE_SCHEMA = s_iv.TABLE_SCHEMA, TABLE_NAME = s_iv.TABLE_NAME, INDEX_CATALOG = s_iv.INDEX_CATALOG, INDEX_SCHEMA = s_iv.INDEX_SCHEMA, INDEX_NAME = s_iv.INDEX_NAME, PRIMARY_KEY = s_iv.PRIMARY_KEY, [UNIQUE] = s_iv.[UNIQUE], [CLUSTERED] = s_iv.[CLUSTERED], [TYPE] = s_iv.[TYPE], FILL_FACTOR = s_iv.FILL_FACTOR, INITIAL_SIZE = s_iv.INITIAL_SIZE, NULLS = s_iv.NULLS, SORT_BOOKMARKS = s_iv.SORT_BOOKMARKS, AUTO_UPDATE = s_iv.AUTO_UPDATE, NULL_COLLATION = s_iv.NULL_COLLATION, ORDINAL_POSITION = s_iv.ORDINAL_POSITION, COLUMN_NAME = s_iv.COLUMN_NAME, COLUMN_GUID = s_iv.COLUMN_GUID, COLUMN_PROPID = s_iv.COLUMN_PROPID, [COLLATION] = s_iv.[COLLATION], CARDINALITY = s_iv.CARDINALITY, PAGES = s_iv.PAGES, FILTER_CONDITION = s_iv.FILTER_CONDITION, INTEGRATED = s_iv.INTEGRATED, STATUS = s_iv.STATUS from sys.spt_indexes_view_100 s_iv where ( (@table_schema is null and s_iv.TABLE_NAME = @table_name) or object_id(quotename(@table_schema) + '.' + quotename(@table_name)) = s_iv.object_id ) and (@index_name is null or @index_name = s_iv.INDEX_NAME) order by 8, 10, 4, 5, 6, 17