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Tool to identify unused objects?

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Hello

is there a tool (add in, etc.) with can be used to identify objects
with are not used in the currend database?
Nov 13 '05 #1
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Andreas D. Bauer wrote:
Hello

is there a tool (add in, etc.) with can be used to identify objects
with are not used in the currend database?


Here's one that will identify unused variable - MZ-Tools.

http://www.mztools.com/

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Nov 13 '05 #2

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>is there a tool (add in, etc.) with can be used to identify objects
with are not used in the currend database?


I use the FMS tools (fmsinc.com) --I think it's Total Access Analyzer that
identifies objects that aren't being used. The other thing I use a lot is
Speed Ferret (www.moshannon.com), which allows me to identify all uses of a
particular object, name, or anything else--but only one at a time.

HTH

Jan
Jan Stempel
Stempel Consulting
Nov 13 '05 #3

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