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View computed columns in database

Snippet to quickly view computed column information. You can also view this by doing a “create table” script. This however, was a little cleaner to read and view for me.

	database_name = db_name()
	,object_schema_name = object_schema_name( object_id )
	,object_name = object_name( object_id )
	,full_object_name = object_schema_name( object_id ) + '.'
	+ object_name( object_id )
	,column_name = name
	sys.computed_columns cc
order by
	full_object_name asc


Sheldon Hull

After working in the mortgage industry for 7 years, I transitioned into Business Intelligence and began learning SQL and .NET. My goal is to integrate my business knowledge into my development to intelligently analyze and find solutions to problems. Blogging offers me an option to share what I've learned as well as receive feedback on better practices and solutions.


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