In a program we use to update our sites, we use the 'create table' function of
MS SQL to create missing tables in databases.
In the thousands of times we have used this, if a table already exists with
the same name of the table in the create table command, MS SQL throws an error.
In fact, MS SQL doentation states that only if you include the optional
'overwrite' command, will an existing table be overwritten.
But today, we used this program on a new host we are trying, and the create
table command actually did overwrite an existing table ...