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Good sql editor that will fill in field descriptions from the table explorer.

Posted on 2014-04-21
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Does anyone know of an easy way in Sql Server2008 to fill in the field descriptions from a table, i.e. a drag and drop capability?   I'm using temp tables in my stored procedure and I was looking for a faster way of getting the field description into my temp table declaration, i.e.,  field1 varchar(10),  field2 int,  field3 numeric (18.0) , etc.
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Right-click in SSMS on your table and select Script Table as / CREATE To.
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by:Narender Gakka
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I think SQL Prompt from Redgate would help in this regard.

Download the freetrial and give it a go
http://www.red-gate.com/products/sql-development/sql-prompt/
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Thanks guys...
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