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Old March 28th, 2005, 05:55 PM
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   Does anyone know how diagrams get stored in SQLServer 2000? I see other objects in the sysobjects table, like tables, triggers, contraints, etc. I am wondering where and how the Diagrams get stored. Any ideas?

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Someone, anyone. Is anyone a SQL Server guru?
 
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SQL Server stores the information associated with Enterprise Manager's ER diagrams in the dtproperties table in each database. This table includes an image field which contains most of the relevant infomation, in a binary format
 
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