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Hello Dhaval,

I don't believe that there is a clean way to access the property you are looking for, though you may be able to finagle the data you need in SQL with the $list function.

In general, "list of ___" properties don't play well with SQL.   Looks like we just present the list as a string.

Using the Generate CREATE TABLE statement feature of WinSQL for Sample.Person gives:

    FavoriteColors VARCHAR(4096)


Hello Mikhail, Good question!

I think of block count as a rough estimate of the disk size of a table or index (an "SQLmap").  The SQL optimizer uses this to get an estimate of how much disk I/O could be involved in scanning that map.  Block count mostly matters in proportion to other block counts (similar to ExtentSize).