procs and views referencing your tables are only part of the puzzle;
applications can have dependencies on those tables, and applications can reference tables that are never used.
there's a handy chartabout how 45% of application improvements get added but are never used, and those improvements most likely reference objects int ehd atabase which need to exist, but are never used as well.
you'll need to search applcation code in addition to the database.
here's a handy script for you for the SQL side:
object_schema_name(depz.referencing_id) As ReferencingSchema,
object_name(depz.referencing_id) AS ReferencingObject,
colz.name AS ColumnName
FROM sys.sql_expression_dependencies depz
INNER JOIN sys.objects objz ON depz.referenced_id=objz.object_id
LEFT OUTER JOIN sys.columns colz ON objz.object_id = colz.object_id
AND colz.column_id = referencing_minor_id
--WHERE referencing_id = OBJECT_ID(N'MyTable');
WHERE referenced_id = OBJECT_ID(N'EDLogDetail');
--AND colz.name = 'EmployeeNumber'
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