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What objects does it document?

ProjectEnvision SqlDoc documents nearly all Sql Server 2005, 2008 and 2008 R2 metadata that are available. Below you will find complete list of documented objects (click on the links to see the sample data) or click here to browse full documentation (opens in new window).

Database Details Assemblies Asymmetric Keys Certificates Contracts
Datatypes DDL Triggers Defaults Event Notifications Full Text Catalogs
Full Text Stoplists Functions Message Types Partition Functions Partition Schemes
Procedures Queues Remote Service Bindings Roles Routes
Rules Schemas Services Symmetric Keys Synonyms
Tables Triggers Users Views Xml Collections

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Extended Property Editor

You no longer have query the database by hand. ProjectEnvision SqlDoc contains the unique feature that gives you the ability to edit many extended properties of your database from a single window.

Unique and FREE features

Some of our customers asked us to implement the command line interface so they can use task scheduler to automate their job and generate server and database documentation at regular manner.

Beginning with the newest update you can now use this new and FREE feature. To use it you simply save your desired configuration and pass the project file as a parameter – as easy as it sounds.