How to find the corresponding ms sql link table?

Posted on 2008-10-20
Last Modified: 2012-05-05
i have a link table in ms access which connect to ms sql to find out which ms sql table this access link table connect to?
Question by:jaisonshereen
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Maybe the stored procedure sp_tables_ex can give you what you need?

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valentpe earned 500 total points
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Place Your mouse cursor over table name. Wait until hint appears. Connect string should appear - name of connected table folows after string "TABLE=".

Cheers PV

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thanks dude!

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