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Default Browse for SQL databases on a given server


I would like to allow users of my ADO.NET application to browse through a list of the available databases on a given SQL server. INFORMATION_SCHEMA in SQL Server Books Online doesn't describe how to do this. How can I do this?


Old November 11th, 2004, 02:33 PM
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SQL server has a stored procedure for this:


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