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Set Extended Properties for Every Table

By Brian Knight,

Extended properties are a neat feature in SQL Server 2000 that let you set meta data for an individual object. This stored procedure is a baseline sproc that lets you set the properties of every object in a DB to a given value. For example, if you baseline your database at 1.5.0, you can set each table to 1.5.0 as a baseline for that build.

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