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where's the Object Browser in 2005 ?

Discussion in 'SQL Server 2005 General DBA Questions' started by BikeBoy, Dec 30, 2005.

  1. BikeBoy New Member

    I'm so used to using the Tools->Object Browse in my QA in SQL 2000, now I can't find it when using New Query. For instance, I can't see the objects in the linked server.

    Anyone know?
    Thanks
  2. Luis Martin Moderator

    I suppose you are talking about SQL Server Managment Studio.
    In new query did use F8?


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  3. dineshasanka Moderator


    You can find same funtionalities in SQL Server Managment Studio. If you have already tryied with SQL Server Managment Studio, tell us what exactly you want to do.


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  4. BikeBoy New Member

    Luis you're right, F8 (view Object Explorer) provides the same functionality.
    What I meant is, you can't expand the objects for the linked server, like you can in EM 2000.

    Of course you can still connect to the actual server that is linked in Object Explorer, and drag it's objects to the Query pane.

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