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Message Posted: Wed, 28 Feb 2007 @ 20:36:42 GMT


     
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Subj:   Re: Is there any way to find all tables which have two particular column in a database
 
From:   Donna Poston

Murugesan, you can use a derived table to find all the tables/views having a columnname client_id and join to the derive table.

Example

     select * from dbc.columns a
                           , (select databasename, tablename
                              from dbc.columns where columnname =
     'client_id')
     t1
     where a.databasename = t1.databasename
        and  a.tablename = t1.tablename
        and a.columnname = 'art_no'


     
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