What are all the types in sysobjects in syabase

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I am new to sybase development. Wish to know what are the various type in sysobjects. Pls confirm whether the following are correct. Also any other code for type.

C  CHECK
D  Default
F  FOREIGN KEY constraint
K  PRIMARY KEY or UNIQUE constraint
L  Log
P  Stored procedure
R  Rule
RF Stored procedure for
S  System table
TR Trigger
U  User table
V  View
Also what is the difference between type T and TR.

Pls guide!



 
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walzkevCommented:
From the ASE Reference

D = default
L = log
P = procedure
PR = prepare objects (created by Dynamic SQL)
R = rule
RI = referential constraint
S = system table
TR = trigger
U = user table
V = view
XP = extended stored procedure

Also in tempdb ( and tempdb only ) it includes temporary objects
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