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sp_remote_exported_keys system procedure

Provides information about tables with foreign keys on a specified primary table.

The server must be defined with the CREATE SERVER statement to use this system procedure.

Syntax
sp_remote_exported_keys(
  @server_name
  , @sp_name
  [, @sp_owner
  [, @sp_qualifier ] ]
)
Arguments
  • @server_name   Use this CHAR(128) parameter to specify identifies the server the primary table is located on. A value is required for this parameter.

  • @sp_name   Use this CHAR(128) parameter to specify the table containing the primary key. A value is required for this parameter.

  • @sp_owner   Use this optional CHAR(128) parameter to specify the primary table's owner.

  • @sp_qualifier   Use this optional CHAR(128) parameter to specify the database containing the primary table.

Result set
Column name Data type Description
pk_database CHAR(128) The database containing the primary key table.
pk_owner CHAR(128) The owner of the primary key table.
pk_table CHAR(128) The primary key table.
pk_column CHAR(128) The name of the primary key column.
fk_database CHAR(128) The database containing the foreign key table.
fk_owner CHAR(128) The foreign key table's owner.
fk_table CHAR(128) The foreign key table.
fk_column CHAR(128) The name of the foreign key column.
key_seq SMALLINT The key sequence number.
fk_name CHAR(128) The foreign key name.
pk_name CHAR(128) The primary key name.
Remarks

This procedure provides information about the remote tables that have a foreign key on a particular primary table. The result set for the sp_remote_exported_keys system procedure includes the database, owner, table, column, and name for both the primary and the foreign key, and the foreign key sequence for the foreign key columns. The result set may vary because of the underlying ODBC and JDBC calls, but information about the table and column for a foreign key is always returned.

Permissions

None

Side effects

None

See also
Example

To get information about the remote tables with foreign keys on the SYSOBJECTS table, in the production database, on a server named asetest:

CALL sp_remote_exported_keys(
     @server_name='asetest',
     @sp_name='sysobjects',
     @sp_qualifier='production' );