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Chapter 34. Documenting Your System > Writing Code to Create Your Own Documenta...

Writing Code to Create Your Own Documentation

Most of the time, the options provided by the Database Documenter are sufficient. At times, you won't like the format the Database Documenter selects—or, more important, you might want to document properties of the database objects not available through the user interface. In these situations, you can choose to enumerate the database objects by using code and then output them to a custom report format.

Using data access objects, you can enumerate any of the objects in your database. Listing 34.1 shows an example.


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