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Posted Friday, March 4, 2011 10:55 AM


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Thank you very much for the article! This is a great set of tips. I am currently working on just this kind of scenario -- researching a large database and figuring out functionality. I would like to recommend one more tool -- it's "SQL Dependency Tracker" from Red-Gate, which I found very helpful. I enables you to visualize dependencies between various database objects and perform analysis.


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