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I would like to use Python (2.3.3 on Windows 2000 "Professional") to access
a MSSQL Server and list all of the available databases, as well as the
tables in each database and columns in each table for an automated test tool
I am designing. I have used the MSSQL module many times in the past for
Inserting, Updating, and Selecting data from various databases, but have
never mined for metadata like this before. Is it possible and, if so, how
can I do it?

Thanks for your help,

Greg Lindstrom, IBCATS Development
Acxiom Corporation
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Jul 18 '05 #1
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