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Xtype vs Type

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What is the difference between xtype and type in sysobjects table.
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Question by:PradeepYadhav
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pretty much the same thing. xtype gives slightly more detail. Example: In type you only have 'k' for all keys, but in xtype they broken into 'pk', 'fk', 'uq', etc...
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xtype is a redundant extension  of type...
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by:Aneesh Retnakaran
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No difference, The system tables are used for internal purpose...
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As a matter of interest, Why a grade of B?
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It's not a problem, just curious. I always check If it's not a grade of A, so that hopefully next time I can offer a better answer.
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