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Towards the self-documenting database: extended properties

, 7 Jan 2007 57.1K 193 23
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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