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When was column added to an MS SQL Server table

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Does MS SQL server keep a record somewhere of when a column has been added to a table?

Where would I find that information?

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Unfortunately you can't, sql server does not store information on when a column was created in the sys.columns table.
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MS SQL SERVER does not provide any method to check the date and time of added column.
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