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Posted - 12/15/2004 :  08:25:19  Show Profile  Visit AskSQLTeam's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Scot writes "I am use to using Enterprise Manager Graphical Interface to link tables. Some Databases do not show columns when I open them. Other databases on the same server work fine. It seems to happen when I move databases from one server to another.

I can send you a database that will not allow columns to be viewed if you need me to.


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Posted - 12/15/2004 :  23:09:19  Show Profile  Visit clarkbaker1964's Homepage  Reply with Quote
I'm guessing you have already played with the view options from the right click... it can be activated by selecting one or all tables the right clicking over a selected table.

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