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Posted Thursday, December 27, 2012 10:03 PM


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Nice question about a new feature, but your explanation could have mentioned the FOR BROWSE option. After all, that's what the question is about



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Nice question about a new feature, but your explanation could have mentioned the FOR BROWSE option. After all, that's what the question is about

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Very interesting, Ron. Thanks

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Koen Verbeeck (12/27/2012)
Nice question about a new feature, but your explanation could have mentioned the FOR BROWSE option. After all, that's what the question is about


I thought the explanation provided was sufficient, for after all it says:

@include_browse_information
@include_browse_information is type bit. If set to 1, each query is analyzed as if it has a FOR BROWSE option on the query. Returns additional key columns and source table information.



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Posted Friday, December 28, 2012 8:30 AM
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Koen Verbeeck (12/27/2012)
Nice question about a new feature, but your explanation could have mentioned the FOR BROWSE option. After all, that's what the question is about

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Nice question about a new feature, but your explanation could have mentioned the FOR BROWSE option. After all, that's what the question is about


I thought the explanation provided was sufficient, for after all it says:....
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Ron your explination only says:
This dynamic management function takes an @object_id as a parameter and describes the first result metadata for the module with that ID.


The Linked MSDN article has the text you quoted, not your explination.....
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Nice question with a good use of the new 2012 Adventure Works database.
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