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Advanced Display Table and Column Info

By Luis Chiriff,

During development or an investigation, I've needed to find a field by its data type, or check if a table has a trigger or even check if a field has a default value against it. 

I generally create a view with the code to store in each database, however it is attached as a basic runnable script. The script also pulls the first 10 triggers a table could have, so if you are looking for which table has a trigger this query will help also.

Hope you find it useful. 

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