I'm sure this is a long shot, but I'll ask anyway.
I have a database that contains roughly 400 tables, and probably a similar amount of views.
Some where in all that, there is a field I'm looking for with a name that contains the word "Applied" (Might be Applied_Total or Applied_Sum or other some such). Now, I could take the next two or three hours and look at the field listing of each table and view and try and find out which one(s) I'm looking for, but that is way too tedius.
Is there any way to find out which tables (and maybe views) which contain the fields which contain the word "Applied"?
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