Is there a way to print a table definition in SQL Server Management Studio? I am using SQLExpress 2008. I can print the tables in my database by going to DatabaseDiagrams, but it does not give me the type of the field or the length.
Open the diagram, right-click a table, click "Table View" (the first item in the context menu), then select how you want to display that table. There are several options, but "Standard" is probably what
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