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Towards the self-documenting database: extended properties

, 7 Jan 2007
With SQL Server, it is strange how some of the most radical improvements that have been introduced over the years have been slipped in almost unnoticed.

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William Brewer
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William Brewer is a SQL Server developer who has worked as a Database consultant and Business Analyst for several Financial Services organisations in the City of London.

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