SQL Server 2000 implements similar functionality through the use
of extended properties (not available in SQL Server 7 or lower).
They are more easily accessible, viewable in Access 2002 but no
matter what front end you use, they are there in SQL Server 2000.
If you use Enterprise Manager in SQL 2000, that's where the
description information is from.
You can find more information in SQL Server Books Online as well
as the following links:
>I got kinda used to having a description/comments column available in
>Access for helping me remember what fields are doing in tables. Ditto
>for the Description property that could annotate a table itself in the
>Is there a similar function for SQL 2000?
>University of Oregon