DECLARE @SQL varchar(max)Pretty handy, eh?
from '+d.name+'.sys.columns c
inner join sys.objects o on c.object_id=o.object_id
INNER JOIN sys.schemas sh on o.schema_id=sh.schema_id
FROM sys.databases d
SELECT @SQL=RIGHT(@SQL,LEN(@SQL)-5)+'order by 1,3'
Monday, January 18, 2016
All The Columns
It doesn't happen to me frequently, but once in a while a tool returns a bunch of SQL that I need to investigate, yet when I look I can't recognize what database it's running against. When your tool doesn't give you a clue, you can use this handy SQL statement to return a list of all of the columns, in all of the databases on your entire instance: