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Are there any documents which explains Vcenter server database schema. I mean, description for tables( what is the purpose of the table and what type of data they store) and description for stored procedures created on vcenter database.
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Best way to find out is to deploy a demo vCenter and examine the tables yourself.
If you want to know what every table means and what data it holds you can refer the below document
http://www.vmware.com/files/pdf/vc_dbviews_41.pdf
That of course is for an older version but most of the tables remain the same and some new ones are added.
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