Dependencies

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Dependencies and References in SQL Server

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It is important for developers and DBAs to be able to determine the interdependencies of any database object. Perhaps you need to work out what process is accessing that view you want to alter, or maybe find out whether that table-type you wish to change is being used. What are all these dependencies? How do you work out which are relevant? Phil Factor explains.

2015-10-23

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Identifying Object Dependencies in SQL Server

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Is there a way to identify which objects are dependent on other objects within a SQL Server database? I need to modify the table structure to add new columns. However, before making any changes I want to make sure that I understand all the object dependencies. Is there a way in SQL Server 2008 to quickly identify all the object dependencies?

2009-06-26

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Sensitivity Ranks

I want to use the ADD SENSITIVITY CLASSIFICATION DDL to mark some columns in my SQL Server 2022 database as PII. Can I use this code?

ADD SENSITIVITY CLASSIFICATION TO dbo.sales.price,
    dbo.sales.discount
WITH (
    LABEL = 'Highly Confidential',
    INFORMATION_TYPE = 'Financial',
    RANK = 'INTERNAL ONLY'
);

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