Series: MSSQL Server reverse engineering (Part2)
sorry for the late continue of this series, but there has been a month holiday in which i wrote my diploma and already a hard month of work after that.
As told you at the start article in late november we had the goal to reverse engineer Msql-Server 2008R2 dbs via ODBC for one of our customers and we run into a lot of problems with the DBMS reverse engineer code, mainly the Permissions granted to tables, views, stored procedures and columns.
Thanks to my former 15 years lasting experience with Sybase ASE and the indepth knowledge of the Systemtables i was able to fix all these bugs and we reported them to SAP. There is a bug track now under: http://search.sybase.com/kbx/changerequests?bug_id=752029 (i hope this is public to read).
If someone need more details, don´t hasitate to contact me.