Finding Stuff in SQL Server Database DDL

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Published on 04 February 2010 Indexed on 2010/03/16 17:01 UTC
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You'd have thought that nothing would be easier than using SQL Server Management Studio (SSMS) for searching through the DDL for both the names and definitions of the structural metadata of your databases, for the occurrence of a particular string of letters. Not so easy, it turns out, though Phil Factor is able to come up with various methods for various purposes.

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