I was doing some testing of K2 databases consolidation process which required me to re-run database consolidation process more than once to re-try it. Unfortunately K2 Database Consolidation Tool leaves all databases in read-only mode if something fails during consolidation process. If you remember K2 used to have 14 separate data bases prior to consolidated DB was introduced (see picture below).
Typing 14 statements manually to bring all these database to read-write mode is a bit time consuming so I came up with the following script:
Essentially it will select all databases currently in RO state and will output bunch of statements to bring all of them to RW state as an output:
Just copy-paste this script output into new query window of SSMS and press F5 🙂
It may be useful for you once in a while (and if not for this specific use case, then as an example of generating some repetitive statements which contain select statement results inside).