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Posted on 1998-07-31
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Hi
   i want to print out all the content details and a
schematic of all the tables in a particular database.

Any suggestions folks?

Jussy
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Not possible. Your only choice would be to do several SELECT *'s, open Manage Tables window, PrintScreen, etc. :-)

I suggest you get an other application, like Business Objects, or similar, to do the job the easy way.

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