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how to know table reference

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Hi...
I got A db in which normal tables are there and also procedures are there the thing is that in the table they didn't mention the references ... and in the procedure they are using references as this is foreign key and primary key... So my ques is how come i should understand from the procedure .... about the references... can any body help me regarding this...
may bi i don't know you are getting my ques or not.......

well expect some help from experience persons....
Jan 26 '13 #1
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There should be some way to depict the database relations. You may check this entry
http://social.msdn.microsoft.com/For...-861a88e5a747/
Jan 26 '13 #2

NeoPa
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SQL Server DBs have references defined within the properties of the table.

All indices are also available from there. In 2000 it was a window with four tabs. You should be able to find it in your version if you look.
Jan 26 '13 #3

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@anas thanx but the link is not opening ...

@neopa can you just say in brief about with in the property means
Feb 25 '13 #4

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