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Data Dictionary - SQL 2005

By sqldummy79,

I know there are several scripts out there showing you on how to create a data dictionary... I created this script for creating a data dictionary for SQL 2005. It stores the data into a table in the database that you choose. The script only stores the table name, column name, default value of the column, data type and the description. However, if the description is empty or null, there will be a default entry of 'Description not defined' in the description field in the table. 09/27/2006: - I just added a line that will handle any single quotes being used in the description to allow the description to be entered, otherwise the script will fail

SQL Server 2005 ONLY

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