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I get these fields created automatically on my tables.
It doesn't appear on all of the tables (only a few)
I can't delete them so i query all the data out into a fresh new database.

How do i prevent these fields from popping up ?

(the fields i'm talking about...)
Gen_cust_remarks (Cust_Remarks is an actual field in that table)
s_ColLineage
s_Generation
s_GUID
s_Lineage

Thanks in advance.
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