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I am trying to document relationships in a db.  Is there a way to return a list of tables and their fields through crystal reports?  Similar to how they appear in the Field Explorer (with the type of field and the number of characters).
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What database are you using?

Most databases store the table definition in a table so it may be possible to do what you want.

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