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# TAG_REFERENCES_ALL_COLUMNS¶

Returns a table in which each row displays the tag name and tag value assigned to a specific column.

This function returns every tag set on every column in a given table or view, whether the tag is directly assigned to a column or through tag lineage.

## Syntax¶

TAG_REFERENCES_ALL_COLUMNS( '<object_name>' , '<object_domain>' )


## Arguments¶

'object_name'

Name of the referenced object if the tag association is on the object.

This argument supports the names for tables and views.

'object_domain'

Domain of the referenced object.

Snowflake supports one domain for this function: TABLE.

Note that the domain TABLE must be used for all objects that contain columns, even if the object name is a view (i.e. view, materialized view).

## Usage Notes¶

• Results are only returned for a role that has access to the specified object.

• When calling an Information Schema table function, the session must have an INFORMATION_SCHEMA schema in use or the function must use the fully-qualified object name. For more details, see Snowflake Information Schema.

## Output¶

The function returns the following columns:

Column

Data Type

Description

TAG_DATABASE

TEXT

The database in which the tag is set.

TAG_SCHEMA

TEXT

The schema in which the tag is set.

TAG_NAME

TEXT

The name of the tag. This is the key in the key = 'value' pair of the tag.

TAG_VALUE

TEXT

The value of the tag. This is the 'value' in the key = 'value' pair of the tag.

LEVEL

TEXT

The object domain on which the tag is set.

OBJECT_DATABASE

TEXT

The database name containing the table or view.

OBJECT_SCHEMA

TEXT

The schema name containing the table or view.

OBJECT_NAME

TEXT

The name of the table or view.

DOMAIN

TEXT

This value should be COLUMN since this function returns all tags set on all columns in the table or view.

COLUMN_NAME

TEXT

The name of the column that the tag is set on.

## Examples¶

Retrieve the list of tags that are assigned to every column in the table my_table:

select *
from table(my_db.information_schema.tag_references_all_columns('my_table', 'table'));