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which system table/views holds comments of columns?
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That would be: sys.extended_properties
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by:Anthony Perkins
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You can also use the function  fn_listextendedproperty()
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stay in sys.extended_properties system table
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by:25112
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i tried both.. worked.. thx..

>>stay in sys.extended_properties system table
what do you mean?
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by:Anthony Perkins
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>>what do you mean? <<
Probably nothing. PatelAlpesh is famous for his/her drive by, meaningless or copied comments without any further feedback.  So I would be surprised if you receive any further response, let alone anything that makes sense.
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