extended properties

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List Extended Database properties for all databases

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I am using database properties to add some useful information for each database. Tired of exploring each database from the menu in SSMS to look for specific information, I decided to make a script listing the extended properties for all my databases. I am pleased to offer this to the community 🙂

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2019-10-01 (first published: )

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Scripting the Description of Database Tables Using Extended Properties

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Stored procedures, for example, are very easy to document. The comment block at the beginning stays with the code and a CREATE or ALTER script contains everything to reproduce the proc. SQL Server tables, however, are more difficult to document. You can use Extended Properties to document columns and constraints, but working with Extended Properties is difficult at best. Phil Factor demonstrates ways to easily add Extended Properties to your build scripts.

2018-03-23

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