Write object definition to a table (Access97)

Does anybody know if you can write an object definition to a table? For example: if you use the analyse->documentor feature, you can produce a report showing the properties and attributes of a table (or any other object) and all the fields (or columns as they are referred to) within it. I want to write that data to a table. The info I want to capture is:  field name, field type and field attribute for all fields in a particular table.

I have always assumed there is a sys table in Access that stores this information, but I've never managed to find it.
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peter57rCommented:
Hello morema,

The documentor is of no use to you here.

There is some sample code here:
http://groups.google.com/groups?selm=01bc2865%248c6ea280%24a52e2299%40jlvcons&output=gplain

which creates a table of all properties, but as you will see it's quite long.  You should be able to modify it to select the properties you are interested in.


Pete
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pique_techCommented:
Here is a question I participated in in the past, where the desired outcome was similar, with sample code:

http://www.experts-exchange.com/Databases/MS_Access/Q_21153531.html

For what it's worth--hope it helps.
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