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Posted Monday, October 6, 2008 8:11 AM


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Hi Gaby.
If this script should run on MS SQL Server, you have to fix it first!!!!
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casc (12/5/2008)
Hi Gaby.
If this script should run on MS SQL Server, you have to fix it first!!!!
BR cas

Umm...this script ran fine in 2005. Tested in master, AdventureWorks, and a couple other databases. What was the problem with it? It returns the table name, column name, and column type which should be enough.


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