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Does Enterprise Manager have an Object Explorer?

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I'm looking for a report or view similar to the one found in Access, where you can view the table relationships. Thanks!
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Yep, connect to the server, open the databases folder, open a database and open the diagrams folder.
If you're asked to install some sp's do that, so the diagram functions will be available (not on a production machine !!!)
Than you can 'draw' your database model ...

Hope this helps ...
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Got it. Thanks!
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Glad I could be of any help and thanks for the grade !
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