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List columns data type and size for every table in a database

By Bryian Tan,

A couple days ago, my co-worker had asked if I could provide a list of all the columns in certain tables in some of our databases to share with a vendor. This vendor needed to know the column names, data type and max length, of each of the columns in the database. If you happen to come across this kind of situation, here is a stored procedure that will help you list the data type and size of all the columns of the selected or all the tables in a SQL Server 2005/2008 Database.

 

Here is the link to download the function UTILfn_Split

 

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