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The output shown has been reformatted with line breaks, I think the schema is
AuditChrt_ID 1 char 10 AuditChrt_RecordState 2 tinyint AuditDgphAlias_ID 3 char 10 AuditDgphType_ID 4 char 10 Login_ID 5 char 10 AuditChrt_Description 6 varchar 400 AuditChrt_Update 7 bit AuditChrt_RecordID 8 char 10 AuditChrt_TimeStamp 9 datetime AuditChrt_RowGuid 10 uniqueidentifier Patient_ID 11 char 10 AuditChrt_Workstation 12 varchar 40 AuditReason_ID 13 char 10 AuditMedication_ID 1 char 10 AuditMedication_RecordState 2 tinyint AuditDgphAlias_ID 3 char 10 AuditDgphType_ID 4 char 10 Login_ID 5 char 10 Pharmacy_ID 6 char 10 AuditMedication_Description 7 varchar 400 AuditMedication_Update 8 bit AuditMedication_RecordID 9 char 10 AuditMedication_TimeStamp 10 datetime AuditMedication_SendMethod 11 tinyint AuditMedication_RowGuid 12 uniqueidentifier Patient_ID 13 char 10 AuditMedication_Workstation 14 varchar 30

In reply to Re^14: SQL query using elements from array by poj
in thread SQL query using elements from array by AllPaoTeam

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