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    Unpaid WDF Intern TheGAME1264's Avatar
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    Hi there. I'm working on the redesign of a site for a client of mine and the site has been totally butchered. It's a site that relies on SQL Server, for which I know the login and the password and but not the server that the database itself is stored on (the old company connected through a DSN *puke*.)

    Anyway, I'm trying to figure out which tables and columns the old company created until such time as I can get access to the server (probably a week or two) and temporarily add/delete/modify the tables using SQL commands. I remember reading somewhere about a generic code that would list all of the tables in a database and the fields for each. Does anyone know where I could find that article? Thanks.
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